patcher send / receive


    Feb 09 2006 | 11:26 am
    hey guys
    is there a set of send / receive objects that communicate only inside a patcher (kind of like pv does).... this would be pretty useful inside poly~ objects.
    or am i stupid and the whole pattr deal solve this?
    thanks
    federico

    • Feb 09 2006 | 11:36 am
      You can use #0- in the beginning of names, to generate an unique nr when an
      instance of a patch is created. If you use this for your send/receives
      inside poly, every instance/voice has it's unique id.
      T_
    • Feb 09 2006 | 11:43 am
      thanks a lot, that did it
      f
    • Feb 09 2006 | 11:50 am
      On 9 Feb 2006, at 11:26, Federico wrote:
      > is there a set of send / receive objects that communicate only
      > inside a patcher
      This is something of a FAQ. There's a semi-hack to use generated
      local symbols with "#0" as a prefix; this will be expanded into a
      unique symbol for the patcher (and any immediate sub-patchers
      embedded using [p xxx]. So you can use [send #0_postfix] and [receive
      #0_postfix] and they'll be patcher-local.
      -- N.
      nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http://
      www.cassiel.com
    • Feb 09 2006 | 11:52 am
      And there is a very well-documented example of the #0- technique in the
      Vocoder example patch. Worth reading. As are the other examples and
      tutorials.
      Also, you can adapt the technique to use an explicit #digit argument if
      you want to allow several instantiations of an abstraction to share
      data, but have another group of instantations sharing a different group
      of data, and so on.
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