Hello, advanced user friends,
after consulting [select] help and ref. file, I must admit sadly that this one doesn't accept a list. This is bad.
I use [select] to do simple sequence for my music, like
[select 1 5 9 13] for 4/4 kick drum hits in counter that counts 1 to 16 situation. and I wish that I could pass some numberz as list to [select] dynamically, so if I use a counter that counts 1 to 923526464679830 then I can generates some hundreds of nums as a list and just pass to my [select] that does the music for me and for my fans. But [select] doesn't accept list. and that ruins everything.
for now I use [switch] to jump between different [select n n n n...] that are pre-defined, but that seems to be somehow a pathetic joke for me in year 2010 with max version 5.
Do you have a [select] object that can accept a long or short list that you wrote in C++? or you have some workaround to do the same thing? or am I missing a built-in object that does it already? like [jit.selectthatyoucanputalistin~] object?
I think my question is clear, but if not, please tell me so that I can make a demo patch. for now, my patch is too messy that I'm a bit discouraged to copy/paste.
Thank you very much.