Fw: [PD] Pd and Gem, some questions regarding performance

Krzysztof Czaja czaja at chopin.edu.pl
Wed Apr 10 15:06:35 CEST 2002


just an idea -- since usually dsp is only needed at one end, how
about using remote [netreceive] (or [netsend]) only at another end
(e.g. GEM host), while piping (e.g. [netsend]ing via localhost,
or using midi) control data into pdsend or from pdreceive program
locally in the audio host?  Or, even, to do the piping trick at both


Olaf Matthes wrote:
 > I would not recommend to use netsend / netreceive! As I pointed out in my post
 > concerning the 'blocking netsend', the problem is that any action that can not be
 > executed within one dsp cycle is likely to crash Pd or at least cause interrupted
 > audio.

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