* I'm building a tool with up to approx. 60 streaming [send] values.
* There are over 50 potential [receive] locations for these values to be sent to.
* At each of these 'locations' the user is able to choose which of the 60 streaming values they wish to use to control that particular function.
I'm concerned about CPU usage that if I was to create individual [receive] objects for each of the 60 values being streamed at each of the 50 potential locations, as this would create (60x50) 3,000 streaming values! Such a waste of resources when only a max of 50 can be used at any given time.
My ideal solution would be to have a blank [receive] object at each of the 50 locations that could be "set" to a particular (send) name. Therefore, the CPU would be conserved as only the value selected would be streaming... however, apparently this ability doesn't exist - which is a massive shame.
I found the [forward] - which would be ideal, however it's the exact reverse of what I require. Which begs the question, why does it exist one way and not the other?
I've thought of using the [matrixctrl] with [router] - however this would mean I have to have a central location that is aware of all the locations to send the values to. The big problem with this is that that my tool has a large amount of bpatchers that can change their presets dynamically (thus also dynamically changing which value they are expecting), making a centralized matrix very complicated.
Is there a simple solution that I may have overlooked?