if i send groove~ a message that says:
(set abuffer, 0)
What is that 0 for? I am encountering it in an old patch and looking at the reference is not really helping me. I though it might be a way to set the instep (set the playback position to 0) but if i load a long soundfile and change that 0 to say, 5 it doesn't start reading from 5 seconds in.
I don't have, or see any other examples of this kind of compound message either in the docs or anywhere else on my hard drive.
Seems silly to start a whole new thread about this but i seriously at a loss. It isn't loop or loopinterp since they would have keywords before them, it isn't 1 as in "do it" sine goove is controlled by a sig and well, 0 would make no sense.
This is killing me… what in god's name is this 0? Why is it there, what does it do, why do i need it, why is this not in the help?
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