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Quick one about [selector~] with stereo signals…

December 5, 2008 | 8:59 am

Hi,
So how is this typically done? I’d like to use [selector~] to select between several different input (sine, noise, etc.) including stereo output from [sfplay~]. Since I believe [selector] only opens one outlet at a time, how can I pass 2 channels of signals? Only thing I could think of was some sort of kludgy thing where the 2nd channel is sent to a gate, and if [sfplay] was selected (from a [umenu]) then it could also open the gate. Of course then closing it has to be controlled, and it seemed like there might be a better way?

Thanks,
Brian


December 5, 2008 | 9:06 am

…Or do I just use 2 [selectors] when I need stereo signals, controlled from the same [umenu]? That just occurred to me…


December 5, 2008 | 9:15 am


December 5, 2008 | 1:48 pm

>> So how is this typically done? I’d like to use [selector~] to
>> select between several different input (sine, noise, etc.) including
>> stereo output from [sfplay~]. Since I believe [selector] only opens
>> one outlet at a time, how can I pass 2 channels of signals?
>
> [matrix~]
> _____________________________
> Patrick Delges
>
Yes, additional bonus with [matrix~]: embedded anti-click (ramp).
J-F.


December 6, 2008 | 5:27 am

Great, thanks!


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