How connect a poly~ to matrix~ ?...


    Apr 22 2007 | 10:08 am
    The newbie question...
    How do you name this problem ? Overhead ?
    I want to connect a lot of poly~ directly in a matrix~, without the combo send~/receive~. I did that with abstraction with a couple of tapin~/tapout~ before the outlet, but inside a poly~, tapin~/tapout~, strangely, doesn't work... humhum...
    What is the tip ?
    (except waiting max 5...)
    (for example : with a poly~ named "my_poly" like this:
    and a patcher like this:
    this doesn't work.
    and if I modify "my_poly":
    it's the same problem.)

    • Apr 22 2007 | 11:11 am
      On 22 avr. 07, at 12:08, Thomas Goepfer wrote:
      > The newbie question...
      >
      > How do you name this problem ? Overhead ?
      >
      > I want to connect a lot of poly~ directly in a matrix~, without the
      > combo send~/receive~. I did that with abstraction with a couple of
      > tapin~/tapout~ before the outlet, but inside a poly~, tapin~/
      > tapout~, strangely, doesn't work... humhum...
      >
      > What is the tip ?
      You'll have to put the tapin~/tapout~ outside the poly~ object.
      ej
    • Apr 22 2007 | 11:26 am
      yes, it's a solution (and it works !...).
      It's the only solution ?...
    • Apr 23 2007 | 11:53 pm
      On Apr 22, 2007, at 4:26 AM, Thomas Goepfer wrote:
      > yes, it's a solution (and it works !...).
      > It's the only solution ?...
      Correct. poly~'s internal DSP chain is a separate entity from the
      external DSP chain, and the tricks to remove feedback loops do not
      transfer from the poly~ internal DSP chain to the outer DSP chain.
      -Joshua