[PD] drum slicer

Frank Barknecht fbar at footils.org
Mon Aug 22 13:42:40 CEST 2005

ix at replic.net hat gesagt: // ix at replic.net wrote:

> if you mean the human was generative aka 'recorded' patterns. i tend
> to use a rradical-esque approach (sideways-figure-8 abstractions)
> which append a timestamp and throw into a pool or PDContainer, for
> pattern playback the directory/namespace is dumped, timestamp peeled
> off and fed to the right inlet of [pipe] while the list is squished
> to a symbol and fed to the left.. this way you can trigger as many
> patterns as you want, with heterogenous structure and unlimited
> recursion/repetition with patterns triggering themselves..and no
> dealing with those confusing structs or using 'dyn' to get aroudn
> the fact that youd need to be creating and deleting hundreds of
> qlists at once...

Something I wanted to ask for some time: Why do you prefer to put the
timestamp at the end of the pattern elements and not at the start? 

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