[PD] DSP loops

Kim Taylor kimoni at gmail.com
Tue Jan 30 13:07:36 CET 2007

That is the best way? Hm, I'm surprised! Ok, I'll get to work then- It means
the layer with the system topology needs to have its sampling block forced
to 1. Mightn't this affect performance? especially for a large program?
Anyway thanks for the advice

On 1/30/07, Derek Holzer <derek at umatic.nl> wrote:
> Hi Kim,
> Kim Taylor wrote:
> > The only way I can think of overcoming the DSP loop problem is to use
> a delread~ and delwrite~ to complete the loop, setting the delay time to
> 0 and setting the level sampling block size to 1.
> Because of PD's structure, it is exactly that delay which is necessary.
> Computers are dumb animals, and need to be told to do things in certain
> orders of operation, and not everything at once ;-) Frustrating, but
> necessary. Implementing the shortest block size possible and sending
> your feedback through that is just about the only workaround, so you're
> on the right track already.
> d.
> --
> derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
> ---Oblique Strategy # 202:
> "Back up a few steps.
> What else could you have done?"
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