I’m probably overlooking something quite simple here, but oh well… I’m trying to send a signal from one patcher to another encapsulated within that patcher using send~ and receive~. The argument for each one is the same (i have double checked this) however it just won’t work, there is no signal coming out of the receive~. When I try to use them both within the same patcher however, it works fine. Any ideas?
Make sure you activate the DSP globally (start vs startwindow). If that’s not the problem, feel free to post a patch.
I’m pretty sure that’s not the problem.
Anyway, here’s a patch I’m working on. The main patch is called "tester" with the dependancy called "freqsplit15band". It’s a simple audio playback patch, with a fast Fourier transform splitting the audio into 15 different bands, which is working – ish…
Anyways, I’m sending a signal from the main patch from the groove~ through "send~ siggy". The receive~ in the PFFT object doesn’t seem to work, as demonstrated by the meter~ it’s connected to.
Also, if you fancy taking a look, bands 1 and 3 don’t seem to be working either, despite being the same as all of the other bands, except for the frequency bands. I’ve probed the connections, and it seems that it stops working at the >~ 1.5 object (it’s not a particularly complex patch, just looks a bit messy) but I can’t for the life of me figure out why… Feel free to have a look and point out anything blindingly obvious that I’ve missed!
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