[sharing is shoobiedoo] more polyieeeeeeh~ for noobs like me

Sep 2, 2006 at 11:36pm

[sharing is shoobiedoo] more polyieeeeeeh~ for noobs like me

question:

why use polyieeeeeeh~ to mute shit?

answer:

because sometimes you have no other option to choose one of
many subcircuits in a patch.

in the following example we switch the fft frame number by
swithing between patches.

http://videosoup.org/fw110/_max/110.po.conv~DEMO.toast

friggin extra-work-zip-version for windows loosers:

http://videosoup.org/fw110/_max/110.po.conv~DEMO.zip

-110

#27445
Sep 3, 2006 at 1:55am

Have you tried using begin~ (now “quasi obsolete”) or mute~ for turning off audio processing for sections of a patch?

#83064
Sep 3, 2006 at 2:25am

Quote: tim_thompson@mac.com wrote on Sat, 02 September 2006 19:55
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> Have you tried using begin~ (now “quasi obsolete”) or mute~ for turning off audio processing for sections of a patch?
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begin~ is a signal object itself, that would be a dumb
approach for saving CPU.

if you think this is a radical statement you have not seen
my texts where i deconstruct kant or freud.

#83065

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