Re(2): [PD] Multichannel Mixer
Fares.Kayali at blackbox.net
Fri Oct 10 14:01:59 CEST 2003
thanks a lot for the mixer... it runs well under mac os x and i think i might be able to use it for my project!
Theres just one problem... i'm experiencing a short pause in all sounds when loading a new sample... am i missing an external or do you know any way to overcome this problem?
I have them same issue when simply looping a sample with tabplay~ and exchanging it during play.
thanks & cu
e skogen <eskogen at usfamily.net> writes on
Wed, 08 Oct 2003 04:53:09 +0200 (METDST):
> > remove several "externs/" from the patches with a text editor. I
> > think, it is more common to have externals in a path without the
> > extra
> > "externs/" prepended.
> totally. i was thinking to make it easy to run out of the box, i'd
> include them in the archive and reference them directly. so the user
> could take a stock Pd install, decompress the GYRE archive, and be
> to run.
> > I do have some suggestions. Well, actually only one: The loop parts
> > of
> > gyre would make a fine self contained Graph on Parent patch. This
> > way,
> > extending it to use more or less than the six loops in your patch
> > would be much easier. I'd figure a patch "gyre.pd" that could be
> > called as an abstraction like for example: [gyre loopname] or
> > [gyre-gop loopname]
> > Like in the attached example gyre-gop, that would need some work at
> > localizing it with $0-vars and inlet/outlets.
> yes, that makes it a lot easier to work with. i only decided to avoid
> GOPs because they slow my system and because i wanted to keep the code
> and GUI seperate.
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