[PD] dsp 1
hans at eds.org
Thu May 25 16:39:25 CEST 2006
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On May 25, 2006, at 4:33 PM, Chuckk Hubbard wrote:
> I agree. With a premade, strictly audio app like Cakewalk or Digital
> Performer, it makes sense for audio to be on, but in Pd you have to
> build or load a program to do anything anyway. But having the option
> is cool.
> I can't get any form of -send "; pd dsp 1" to work from the registry
> flags. What other messages might I put as arguments for "-send" to
> test it?
> On 5/25/06, Claude Heiland-Allen <claudiusmaximus at goto10.org> wrote:
>> Chuckk Hubbard wrote:
>> > A flag to set DSP to 1 would be nice though. I thought there
>> was one,
>> > but I don't see it. Should we put in a feature request?
>> From the command line:
>> pd -send "; pd dsp 1"
>> I use -send a quite a bit to set audio settings because the proper
>> don't seem to work (always get 0 (and disabled) channels with -
>> jack in
>> I use [r pd]--[print] to see what messages the audio dialogs send,
>> replicate them on the command line with pd -send "; pd ...".
>> But having said that, I don't often want DSP activated on start-
>> up, for
>> the reasons that Frank mentioned.
>> > -Chuckk
>> > On 5/25/06, hard off wrote:
>> >> i disagree
>> >> i think 80% of pd users do [loadbang] [; pd dsp 1<
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