polybuffer~ and mc.groove~


    Mar 09 2020 | 9:31 pm
    Hi all ,
    I would like to use mc.groove~ instead of poly~. <-- with polybuffer~ Each voice would play a stereo file. like poly~.
    The mc.groove~ example seems to pan the 1st voice fully left 2nd, voice fully right
    I would like to have : voice 1 L.R. out of 1st outlet, voice 2 L.R. out of 2nd outlet etc
    Or 1 single outlet will all voices overlapping and use mc.seperate to isolate each sample
    here is my patch
    Endless thanks
    phiol

    • Mar 10 2020 | 2:55 am
      The answer lies in mc.interleave~
      Here it is note: even though you don't have mypolybuffer~ it works the same with polybuffer~
    • Mar 10 2020 | 2:58 am
      The mc.interleave ~ helpfile "stereo" tab should most definitively be in the mc.groove tab
    • Mar 10 2020 | 3:51 pm
      or mc.sum~ as done by timo here https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3633478180058266&set=p.3633478180058266&type=3&theater
    • Jun 10 2020 | 7:01 am
      Hi, Phiol! Just wanted to say thanks for your post! It's 1:00AM and I've been trying to figure this out for a few hours. THANKS! I added in a little channel cycling for more poly fun, and it seems to working. I can sleep better tonight :)
    • Jun 10 2020 | 2:24 pm
      My pleasure man :-)
      >> The mc.interleave ~ helpfile "stereo" tab should most definitively be in the mc.groove tab