[PD] Variable Sends

Martin Schied crinimal at gmx.net
Fri Aug 20 13:47:48 CEST 2010

you can use a [send] without an argument and set the destination using a
symbol in its right inlet, for example using a message. You can also use
messages as sends, see attachment.


Philip Cunningham wrote:
> Hello,
> Sorry for the newb question. I had a search but couldn't find an
> answer -- maybe I'm not using the correct expression. I have 64 unique
> receive objects and I'd like to address them individually,
> sequentially from one send object ie. I'd like to send RGB values to
> 64 squares in GEM and colour them so that it cycles through a series
> of colours.
> Can anyone help?
> Philip
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