speedlimit and matrices
[speedlimit] limits the speed of message throughput.
so, am I right by saying we can use it for slowing down the frequency of a matrix output to another part of my patch which includes some UI stuff and which doesn’t require high frequency update ?
asking that just in case I’m totally wrong…
you can use qlim
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hi tobiasros and thank for your interest.
does it equal [speedlimit @defer 1] ?
"The speedlim object unfortunately places messages back in the scheduler for execution, and thus may result in a crash when used to temporally downsample streams of Jitter matrices if Overdrive is turned on. The qlim object is an interrupt safe replacement for this and other tasks."
finally, I had a good idea to ask that even if I thought my question would be a bit stupid (eh.. maybe it is :p)