[PD] So [bang~] can't "bang" in less than 64 blocksize, huh?
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Sat Mar 14 16:28:55 CET 2015
print~ is a bit trickier... send it 64 bangs at each sample for a block
size of 1 and it'll only print once, and from the beginning of a 64 block
seems like working along with different sizes of block is more the
exception than the rule in Pd.
I find it all curious and kinda hard to understand/predict results now.
2015-03-14 12:13 GMT-03:00 Alexandre Torres Porres <porres at gmail.com>:
> > print~ will always start printing from the beginning of a 64 block period
> *The same here. Perhaps it helps to see print~ as the object that givesyou
> one audio block as numbers rather than an 'audio rate print' thatdoes
> things faster than message timing.*
> I also meant that it can't help but start from a 64 block boundary, even
> if the block is less, such as "1", but I think that this is because the
> bang button is always aligned to a 64 block tick, as I pointed out later,
> so I may have to run other tests to see how [print~] actually behaves with
> different size blocks.
> 2015-03-14 6:21 GMT-03:00 Peter P. <peterparker at fastmail.com>:
> * Alexandre Torres Porres <porres at gmail.com> [2015-03-14 07:36]:
>> > It seems there are other objects that somehow restrict themselves to a
>> > size block minimum.
>> > print~ will always start printing from the beginning of a 64 block
>> The same here. Perhaps it helps to see print~ as the object that gives
>> you one audio block as numbers rather than an 'audio rate print' that
>> does things faster than message timing.
>> > snapshot~ will always output the last sample from an audio block of 64
>> This sounded strange at first to me, but it makes sense if you consider
>> that snapshot~'s role is to give you one audio sample from the audio
>> stream. Since you will only receive messages in between audio blocks the
>> last sample in a vector is the one that is closest (in timing) to the
>> point at which you receive the value in the gui.
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