buffer problems


    Jan 31 2006 | 5:52 pm
    Im using about 4 buffers in a loop playing patch, loading them with relatively short wave files. For some reason the buffer sometimes will just cut a few seconds off the end of the loop. Is this a cpu issue? Are my loops too long? is my max just upitty? wass tha deal...

    • Jan 31 2006 | 7:36 pm
      Are you using replace instead of open? What I'm saying is: how are you resizing your buffers? How are you playing your buffers?
      _Mark
    • Jan 31 2006 | 11:39 pm
      i had a similar problem. i was constantly replacing waves into a buffer and after a few turns the groove~ i used to play them with started to cut the end of each file . After a while i found a simple solution: use the info~ object and connect it to the groove~ object
      like this
    • Feb 01 2006 | 7:56 am
      Always use a [replace -1 2] (or -1 1 if mono) to load a new file. It clears the previous size of the buffer~ which was relative to the previous loaded file, and it replaces the size of the buffer~ with the size of the new file.
      best
      f.e