I’m having trouble getting either buffer object to do exactly what I want to to.
Is there any way to get the time in milliseconds from the buffer~ object? jit.buffer does this with the message getlength, but buffer~ doesn’t understand that.
Is there a way to get a flag from jit.buffer~ once the read action is complete? buffer~ does this out of the right outlet but jit.buffer~ doesn’t.
Also, has anyone noticed that the hint for the outlets of jit.buffer~ seem wrong?
To get information about the buffer~ object, you need to use an appropriately named info~ object.
Sorry I don’t know about the jitter stuff, I’m still barely worthy of being called a jitter noob :)
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