[PD] Zero delay feedback, with settable send?

Georg Holzmann grhPD at gmx.at
Fri May 11 17:11:08 CEST 2007


> If you really want to make sure not to pick up any unwanted delays you
> need to use the double-subpatch technique described in Miller's book,
> as the block-delay of direct connections depends on the order in which
> you made the connections, and that's to fragile: editing can change
> the order without you noticing it.

So you need order forcing (see attached patch).
You can get delays down to 1 sample with that method AFAIK.

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