So the Router documentation says that it shouldn’t be used with Jitter matrices. I’ve been using it, and it seems to work, though I am experiencing occasional weirdness that may or may not have anything to do with this.
So: what’s the current state of affairs? Does router now work with matrices? (Meaning: is the documentation obsolete and my weirdness unrelated?) Or is there another object I should be using in it’s stead?
It works with a jit_matrix, but you have to take extra precautions to not send multiple inputs to the same output, which would definitely cause some "weirdness". I would probably recommend using gate/switch instead, to prevent such headaches.
Well, I’m using a matrixctrl (or whatever it’s called) to control it, and I do have that constrained to "only one value per row", which should prevent such happenings (as long as I stick with the matrixctrl for altering connections).