my last (free) utility device: Find Your Way 1.0


    Mar 12 2011 | 9:28 am
    When I'm designing patch, I like to link this or that parameter to a live.remote~ or live.object object in my patch.
    Unfortunately, when you use it natively, you have to know the index of each parameters (I wrote index, not ID)
    Example: you want to link this gorgeous LFO rate. OK. You have to use a live.path etc. BUT, what is the index of this parameter ? ? ? ? you can write the path easily like that "live_set tracks t devices d parameters p" but ... WHAT IS p ?
    p can be found by trial & error but it is bad.
    This device is designed to find that for you.
    It is a kind of "index learning mode" device.
    I hope you'll enjoy it.
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    • Mar 12 2011 | 10:15 am
      I wonder if using the index of parameters makes still sense considering the new features of M4L, in particular the 'selected_parameter' feature.
    • Mar 12 2011 | 10:32 am
      using selected_parameter solves a lot of issue.
      but the purpose of this device is "only" to find the path of "something" while patching.
      nothing more. nothing less.
      a lot of my student loved it (that makes me happy :)