[PD] Easy way to reload new versions of abstractions in a patch?
pix at test.at
Sun Jan 13 03:18:51 CET 2002
this is an abstraction i posted to the list some time ago... it was
primarily made to make polyphonic instrument building easier (and in the
extreme case of polyphonism, granular synthesis).. but because internally,
it uses self-mod code to build many copies of the supplied abstraction, it
can be used in any situation where you need to create many copies of an
it should be in the archive somewhere, i haven't got around to cleaning it
up and putting it on my website yet.
On Sat, 12 Jan 2002 21:04:31 -0500
Larry Troxler <lt at westnet.com> wrote:
> nqpoly~ ?
> -¯- wrote:
> > |Andrew (Andy) W. Schmeder hat gesagt: // Andrew (Andy) W. Schmeder
> > |
> > |> Focus on the text of the object box and insert a space at the end
> or the
> > |> beginning of the name. PD will reload the abstraction when you
> > |> the object... as if you had changed one of its arguements.
> > |
> > |Great tip, never thought of this. But you will have to do this for
> > |used abstracion in your
> > |;) In that case it's easier to close the main patch once.
> > best seems to be to use the nqpoly~
> > just reload that object with above 'trick' and you dont even have to
> > care about missing loadbangs ..
> > -- X Ð u · O R G
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