send and receive locally

Miller Puckette mpuckett at
Wed Jan 31 00:23:10 CET 2001

You can do this using "$1-table", for example, where you supply
$1 with a name that differentiates between copies of an abstraction.

You can also use "$0" to get a unique number shared throughout an instance
of an abstraction.


On Tue, Jan 30, 2001 at 11:10:13PM +0100, HENRY Damien wrote:
> Hi list.
> My goal is to load many time the same patch, but i don't whant any link
> between them :
> => Is there a way to "send" and "receive" locally (only in the patch) ?
> => How to deals with arrays ?
> I think that all thoses problems provided by using copy of the same patch
> could be solved if we can have a new object that generate a DIFERENT seed
> each time it is banged. This way all patch can create his own seed to
> renames array and to sort what arrive from a receive object...
> Any help & idea welcome.
> By the way is anybody has done (or is working on) a "convolve" object ?
> dh.

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