patrick at 11h11.com
Wed Apr 20 20:15:32 CEST 2005
> How do you gate flow, both control / audio?
for data spigot
for audio switch~ (but you know that)!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carlos Pita" <carlosjosepita at yahoo.com.ar>
To: <pd-list at iem.at>
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 2:10 PM
Subject: [PD] Gating
> Hi again! First, thank you for your
> answers, they have been very useful.
> But I'm gonna bother you again with a
> newbie question.
> I think max has a gate or so object.
> Writing a patch which treats a number
> of cases in different ways I was
> in a bad need of a gate-like object
> with for example an output selector
> inlet and an input inlet gated to one
> of N outlets according to the current
> value of the output selector.
> I solved this by [pack]ing the incoming
> message with the output selector in front
> and then [route]ing it (and in case the
> selector was a symbol stripping
> the list selector added by [pack]
> before routing).
> Regarding audio streams I find gating
> them by means of [~* 1] / [~* 0]
> multipliers too awkward, as a few
> N gated streams would clutter your patch
> with ~ N^2+3*N control connections
> needed to send 0 or 1 factor for each
> multiplier and them sum the outputs. But
> here I could use [switch~] (or derek's
> [switcheroo]) and subpatches with the
> plus of performance gain.
> I could write some gate-like subpatches
> but first I would like to know if there
> is an usual way of doing the above
> which I'm missing, or some adequate
> external, specially for the control part.
> Thank you again.
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