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storing a matrix without sending out

June 13, 2007 | 6:26 am

I’m looking for an object similar to max’s [int] and [float] that I
can use to store a matrix in until it receives a bang. [Jit.matrix]
automatically sends matrices out as it receives them. It would be
incredibly useful in controlling the pacing of itterative processes.

Thanks!

Bryan

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June 13, 2007 | 6:45 am

>I’m looking for an object similar to max’s [int] and [float] that I
>can use to store a matrix in until it receives a bang. [Jit.matrix]
>automatically sends matrices out as it receives them. It would be
>incredibly useful in controlling the pacing of itterative processes.

What would be wrong with bracketing your jit.matrix object with a
little logic? Heck, you could even save it as an abstraction and re-use it…..

on the floor there’s a long wooden table/on the table there’s an open book/
on the page there’s a detailed drawing/and on the drawing is the name I took
Gregory Taylor http://www.rtqe.net


June 13, 2007 | 7:03 am

Bryan Teoh skrev:
> I’m looking for an object similar to max’s [int] and [float] that I
> can use to store a matrix in until it receives a bang. [Jit.matrix]
> automatically sends matrices out as it receives them. It would be
> incredibly useful in controlling the pacing of itterative processes.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Bryan
Always a good idea to alt-right-click object to see which messages they
can take…or attributes, such as the @thru attribute for jit.matrix :-)
Andreas.

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June 13, 2007 | 7:05 am

Or better yet, using the jit.matrix object’s @thru attribute to
control output?

jb

Am 13.06.2007 um 08:45 schrieb Gregory Taylor:

>> I’m looking for an object similar to max’s [int] and [float] that I
>> can use to store a matrix in until it receives a bang. [Jit.matrix]
>> automatically sends matrices out as it receives them. It would be
>> incredibly useful in controlling the pacing of itterative processes.
>
> What would be wrong with bracketing your jit.matrix object with a
> little logic? Heck, you could even save it as an abstraction and re-
> use it…..
> —
> on the floor there’s a long wooden table/on the table there’s an
> open book/
> on the page there’s a detailed drawing/and on the drawing is the
> name I took
> Gregory Taylor http://www.rtqe.net


June 13, 2007 | 7:08 am

from the jit.matrix html doc:

thru int Thru mode flag (default = 1) When the flag is set, a matrix
is output when another one is received.

to answer your question: [jit.matrix @thru 0] is what you want

hth

/*j

> I’m looking for an object similar to max’s [int] and [float] that I
> can use to store a matrix in until it receives a bang. [Jit.matrix]
> automatically sends matrices out as it receives them. It would be
> incredibly useful in controlling the pacing of itterative processes.


June 13, 2007 | 8:03 am

DOH!
I was afraid I would have missed something painfully obvious like that.

Thanks!
Bryan

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June 13, 2007 | 8:04 am

also, nice set at NIME, jasch! It made my evening.

Bryan

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http://www.ksod.net


June 13, 2007 | 8:44 am

thanks, very kind.

i was kind of rough and ready, but very appropriate to the setting, i
think :)

/*j

> also, nice set at NIME, jasch! It made my evening.


June 13, 2007 | 1:28 pm


June 13, 2007 | 2:20 pm

>Or better yet, using the jit.matrix object’s @thru attribute to
>control output?
>

Well, sure. But I was assuming that he might wish to include the same kind
of functionality that int and float do whereby the input data to the
left outlet
is passed through, and the right inlet is used to input data that will later
be liberated by a bang to the left inlet. I’m probably being too
literal – although
@thru 0 probably is the better choice.

on the floor there’s a long wooden table/on the table there’s an open book/
on the page there’s a detailed drawing/and on the drawing is the name I took
Gregory Taylor http://www.rtqe.net


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