[PD] DSP feedback remedy?

derek holzer derek at x-i.net
Thu Nov 4 14:24:56 CET 2004

Hate to say CTFA/STFW * ;-), but this is a question I have answered now 
twice on this list. From my second reply, dated 09/20/04 12:47:

> Last April I took it onto myself to find a DSP Loop solution. My answer is here:
> http://iem.at/mailinglists/pd-list/2004-04/019516.html
> The key was to use [send~] and [receive~] pairs, and somehow this keeps PD from discovering any DSP loops. Let me know if that helps!

I'll figure out how to use CVS better and include the patch from the 
first post in the documentation if I can find the time.

best from Bergen [and good luck with your London thing... I'll be 
passing through in December perhaps!],

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chun lee wrote:
> While I was experimenting with some simple DSP feedback stuff (for example,
> a self modulating phase modulating thing with controllable feedback amount),
> I encountered the error message saying DSP loop detected and some tilde
> objects not scheduled.
> I have encountered similar error before, I know it perhaps is not meant to
> be used in that way for a good reason, but I am just curious.
> How can I workaround this error? Or would I need to code my own external to
> do things with DSP feed back?

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