send/recieve woes in Max5
This doesn’t work as I expect it to.
After I toggle the switch a couple times, the recieve~ still gets the send info, even though it doesn’t seem like it should.
Maybe there’s a better way to do this? I’m trying to make switches that use different signal generators to send to a mixer.
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If you substitute gate~ for ggate, your patch should work.
On 30 avr. 08, at 00:22, Don K wrote:
> This doesn’t work as I expect it to.
> After I toggle the switch a couple times, the recieve~ still gets
> the send info, even though it doesn’t seem like it should.
> Maybe there’s a better way to do this? I’m trying to make switches
> that use different signal generators to send to a mixer.
You must use [gate~] for that. It’s not possible to use a control
object to make signal routing. If you want to have a smooth fade, you
might also want to have a look to [matrix~] in non-binary mode.
gate~ seems to be more what I want anyways than the gswitch.
Not really looking for any smoothing in this part, just a toggle for on and off.
Thanks yet again Chris.