arguments to pfft~


    Jun 25 2007 | 5:14 pm
    I always thought that I could pass arguments to as pfft~ like I could
    with poly~ (with "args a bc") but I can't. pfft~ and poly~ are way too
    important objects to exclude them from argument passing. I'd just repeat
    my request that I would like to see a working patcherargs within poly~
    (it doesn't work) and even more important argument passing on pfft~ as
    well. Could this maybe implemented before Max 5?
    I know I am almost asking for too much, but argument passing is really
    essential...
    Stefan
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    • Jun 25 2007 | 6:19 pm
      what kind of argument do you want to pass?
    • Jun 26 2007 | 1:06 pm
      Hans Mittendorf schrieb:
      > what kind of argument do you want to pass?
      The name of a buffer~, a decay value, a smooth value, and the birthday
      of my mother...
      Stefan
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    • Jun 26 2007 | 2:03 pm
      On 25 juin 07, at 19:14, Stefan Tiedje wrote:
      > I always thought that I could pass arguments to as pfft~ like I
      > could with poly~ (with "args a bc") but I can't. pfft~ and poly~
      > are way too important objects to exclude them from argument
      > passing. I'd just repeat my request that I would like to see a
      > working patcherargs within poly~ (it doesn't work) and even more
      > important argument passing on pfft~ as well. Could this maybe
      > implemented before Max 5?
      > I know I am almost asking for too much, but argument passing is
      > really essential...
      Actually this is possible, try this:
      [pfft~ toto 1024 4 0 1 args titi]
      There's an example in the forthcoming article about the phase vocoder.
      Cheers,
      ej
    • Feb 14 2014 | 3:03 pm
      As far as I can see this is still undocumented…
      p