Summing inside poly~ object?


    Dec 09 2006 | 6:11 am
    Hi,
    I am using poly with 8 voices. At some point, I need to use the sum of all 8 voices and feed it into a single voice, and create a feedback from all 8 voices to 1. But I'm not clear on the way to do that. Should I get the signal from the outlet of poly~ and feed it back down to that deep deep patcher? Or is there any way to get the sum of signals in the poly patcher? Any suggestions?
    Thanks

    • Dec 09 2006 | 11:22 am
      On 9-Dec-2006, at 7:11, Batuhan wrote:
      > I am using poly with 8 voices. At some point, I need to use the sum > of all 8 voices and feed it into a single voice, and create a > feedback from all 8 voices to 1. But I'm not clear on the way to do > that. Should I get the signal from the outlet of poly~ and feed it > back down to that deep deep patcher? Or is there any way to get the > sum of signals in the poly patcher? Any suggestions?
      send/receive or send~/receive~
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    • Dec 09 2006 | 3:50 pm
      Uh, embarassing. :) Obvious soultion yes, thanks. :)
    • Dec 09 2006 | 3:51 pm
      double post, sorry...