[PD] outlet~ / s~/r~ delay

Claudius Maximus gloriousclaudiusmaximus at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Feb 9 02:27:51 CET 2004

In message <004101c3ee75$00855bf0$1700a8c0 at sme>, marius schebella 
<marius.schebella at chello.at> writes
>From: "Tim Blechmann"


>> hi all,


>> does the outlet~ of an abstraction delay the sound for one dsp block

>> (like nop~)? and is a pair of s~/r~ delaying the sound for one or two

>> blocks?


>> thnx...


>no all abstractions in a dsp-chain are calculated within one dsp-block.


>but with send~ and receive~ it is important that you create the send~ before

>the receive, otherwise it is delayed by one dsp-block.



I guess the same restriction (should create out->nonlocal before 
nonlocal->in for non-delayed signal) applies to delwrite~ delread~ and 
throw~ catch~ :

2.4.5. nonlocal signal connections


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