[PD] How to exchange tables between different instances of pd in real time?

chris clepper cgclepper at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 16:16:24 CEST 2009

GEM has pix_share objects that allow for two instances of GEM to use the
same images.  Would this help you with the pix_sig2pix objects sharing pix

On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 4:48 PM, Martin Schied <crinimal at gmx.net> wrote:

> Hi!
> I'm currenty connecting a fft-analysis and resynthesis patch with a gem
> patch containing pix_sig2pix~ and pix_pix2sig~. I have to use separate
> instances of pd, so some kind of table exchange has to take place between
> them. my tables are 65536 samples big at the moment.
> I tried netsend + until + tabread, but that was too slow and made huge drop
> outs in the audio patch. Then I found streamin~ and streamout~ but my
> patches had no sync - so I don't know beginnings and endings of successive
> tables.
> Is there something to exchange big audio chunks or tables? I'm currently
> thinking about using soundfiler and a ramdisk for exchange, but if there's
> something more convenient I'll try that.
> I found streamio13~ which can send several audio signals in parallel, so I
> could build a simple syncing mechanism...?
> open for any suggestions...
> Martin
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