Object Help (very simple question)


    Jun 30 2008 | 12:13 pm
    I have a simple question.
    What is the opposite of a gate. A gate is a 1-To-Many and I need a Many-To-1 where you can select which input goes to the output. I know it's simple but I can't seem to find it.
    Switch is no good as it only has 2 in's, spray doesn't let you easily select the output to use, sel seems to need the arguments already in the object. I just keep getting stuck.
    I have 3 inputs and want to use a slider to select which one is routed to the outputs. thanks
    Ken

    • Jun 30 2008 | 12:21 pm
      On 30 juin 08, at 14:13, Grizzle wrote:
      > I have a simple question. > > What is the opposite of a gate. A gate is a 1-To-Many and I need a > Many-To-1 where you can select which input goes to the output. I > know it's simple but I can't seem to find it. > > Switch is no good as it only has 2 in's, spray doesn't let you > easily select the output to use, sel seems to need the arguments > already in the object. I just keep getting stuck.
      router?
      ej
    • Jun 30 2008 | 12:28 pm
      Switch has as many inputs as you want it to have :-)
      [switch 20]
      Best P
      On 30 Jun 2008, at 13:13, Grizzle wrote:
      > > I have a simple question. > > What is the opposite of a gate. A gate is a 1-To-Many and I need a > Many-To-1 where you can select which input goes to the output. I > know it's simple but I can't seem to find it. > > Switch is no good as it only has 2 in's, spray doesn't let you > easily select the output to use, sel seems to need the arguments > already in the object. I just keep getting stuck. > > I have 3 inputs and want to use a slider to select which one is > routed to the outputs. > thanks > > Ken
    • Jun 30 2008 | 12:30 pm
      /J
      jr.abstractions for MaxMSP - new version (2008-06-11) http://www.sonicescape.net/maxmsp/
    • Jun 30 2008 | 12:30 pm
      switch / [switch 3]
    • Jun 30 2008 | 12:32 pm
      On 30 juin 08, at 14:13, Grizzle wrote: > Switch is no good as it only has 2 in's
      switch takes an argument to specify the number of inlets. Look at the help patch.
      Roby
    • Jun 30 2008 | 12:42 pm
      On 30 juin 08, at 14:32, Roby Steinmetzer wrote:
      > > On 30 juin 08, at 14:13, Grizzle wrote: >> Switch is no good as it only has 2 in's > > switch takes an argument to specify the number of inlets. > Look at the help patch.
      For once a question I know the answer and then I'm 5th in the row...
      Roby
    • Jun 30 2008 | 6:27 pm
      OK thanks a millions. It's always the simple things.
      I kept using the gswitch rather than switch object... then I just looked in the related objects and there it was...
      Well now for the next problem :)