[PD] audio send recieve feedback quirk
derek at umatic.nl
Fri Feb 9 12:42:57 CET 2007
Like Frank, I haven't had a chance to check you patch..but wasn't there
something about the creation order of these things which makes a
difference? I remember getting *very* frustrated by this once.
> I found this behaviour slightly surprising, but on reflection it makes sense.
> Pd doesn't seem to check deeply into subpatches when looking for DSP feedback
> I started making a simple waveguide synth and decided, for a change, to work on
> the feedback mechanism inside another subpatch. I kept getting DSP loop error
> even though the signal path contains a [s~] and unique matching [r~]. Making
> the feedback loop require a [send~] and [receive~] in the outermost block seems
> to defeat the use of smaller blocksizes in subpatches.
derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
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