[PD] maximum "control rate" in Pd

Cyrille Henry ch at chnry.net
Thu Mar 12 14:04:58 CET 2015


Le 12/03/2015 10:12, Roman Haefeli a écrit :
> On Thu, 2015-03-12 at 09:17 +0100, Cyrille Henry wrote:
>> hello
>> this patch show the same behaviors for a delay based metro and a [metro].
>> (both can do faster than 1ms period)
> You're right. More recent versions of Pd (>= 0.45?) have an updated
> [metro] that supports many more ways to specify time and the restriction
> was lowered. However, the [metro] in any available version of
> Pd-extended is still limited to 1ms.
sorry, i was not aware of this old limitation.

> I don't understand why you use [realtime] and not [timer] to illustrate
> your point. [timer] gives you consistent values (logical time) while
> [realtime] is very jittery and shows just some random value depending on
> the current cpu usage and probably other factors. When you render a
> soundfile, the logical time is actually the one that matters.
yes, for things that stay in pd, logical time is better.
but if you want to send midi note, [realtime] is more related to what happens.
it's just the way i understand the original question.


> Roman
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