There must be a simple way to do this. I've read the docs and I feel like I must've lost a piece of my memory, but after scanning through it again didn't find an answer. This is rather urgent so I'd really appreciate any help.
Basically, I want to have a bang or message output when a clip ends and when it begins. The end of a clip is what I need to toggle the random clip selector to load a new clip, and the beginning of the clip is what I need to toggle a fade-in. I've got everything done except the toggling of these functions.
I've tried the solution of using the select object to send out a bang when the clip's current position equals the clip's length (or when it equals 0, to signal a clip's beginning), but it just skips over the value, as the select object doesn't seem to accept a value if it's quickly "zoomed by"--this can be done quite easily even with the scroller. But the point is that all this shouldn't be necessary.
So how do I get a simple bang or output upon the start and end of a clip?