I got a process divided in four parts : clock / timing maintenance,
recording, buffer manipulation and playback. Buffer manipulation is in
Java, all the remaining is max only. I would like to have the whole
process into one single object (would be Java in this case) but i
remember : Be carefull with that axe, Eugene (sorry, be carefull with
timing in Java).
- Clock subpatch is dealing with tempo, metros, beats, and counters
(lots of) : would it be ok to be implemented in Java (i know, i know,
browse the archives) ?
- recording doesn't really matter (record~ is ok), but what about
recording to disk with Java (just for info) ?
- does a Java playback object reading a buffer~ would be efficient as a
max only object ?
- Simply : does a Java object dealing with MSP can stand against MSP only ?
The whole things would be used as many as you need sound tracks, so it
could make a lot...
Thanks for your advices & cheers
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