Routing data by 1st Instance, 2nd Instance...


    Mar 30 2017 | 4:04 pm
    Hello! I'd appreciate advice on a question that I think applies broadly to analyzing and organizing MIDI data.
    I'm trying to process polyphonic MIDI data from from my ROLI by the order in which it is received. If a voice parameter has a certain high value (y-axis location, in this case), I want it to control part of my synth. And when the SECOND instance of this high-value-parameter appears in a different voice, I'd like it to control another part of my synth. This data can evolve, and I need it to stay assigned to its voice #!
    Can it be done mostly within [poly~]? Is it a matter of [coll] or [table]? I know there must be an elegant way of doing this, but I'm stuck and would appreciate advice.

    • Mar 30 2017 | 6:09 pm
      This is the best method I can think of currently... though I've done something wrong here because it's not working
    • Mar 31 2017 | 11:28 am
      Try using the [cycle] object.
    • Mar 31 2017 | 10:45 pm
      Broc I tried out using [cycle] but I don't think it is useful here–I'm looking at multiple subpatchers communicating about their instance #, when a certain parameter is present.
    • Mar 31 2017 | 10:49 pm
      This took far too long, but I have a working version. I'd be really interested to see if anyone could streamline this or suggest a different method.