setting parameters with zigzag~


    Aug 08 2006 | 1:55 am
    I've been trying to use zigzag~ as a kind of envelope generator (and
    yes, I have good reasons for not using adsr~). However, if I send it
    a set of values, it triggers every time I change them. My preference
    would be to change them when I'm in the mood, but trigger the zigzag
    at my leisure. Out of habit, I tried prepending "set" to the list,
    only to discover that zigzag doesn't understand set. this seems
    rather unmaxlike of it. So, I have two questions:
    1. Is there any particular reason it doesn't understand set, and
    could I encourage one of the C74 geniuses to add a line of code for
    the next release?
    2. Given the absence of it, is there any other way I could get a list
    in without triggering output?
    thanks,
    M

    • Aug 08 2006 | 3:38 am
      On Aug 7, 2006, at 6:55 PM, mattyo wrote:
      > 1. Is there any particular reason it doesn't understand set, and
      > could I encourage one of the C74 geniuses to add a line of code for
      > the next release?
      Not likely to happen soon if ever.
      > 2. Given the absence of it, is there any other way I could get a
      > list in without triggering output?
      Serialize the list as a set of pairs and use setindex value>
      -Joshua
    • Aug 08 2006 | 6:24 am
      That'll work. Thanks.
      M
      >> 2. Given the absence of it, is there any other way I could get a
      >> list in without triggering output?
      >
      > Serialize the list as a set of pairs and use setindex
      >
      >
      > -Joshua
      >
      >