[PD] Set of objects for beat-oriented timing?

Christof Ressi christof.ressi at gmx.at
Mon Oct 19 14:51:37 CEST 2015

Hi Spencer,

some time ago I did a set of abstractions for syncing messages to a tempo clock. Maybe they are useful for your needs. Both syncing objects require zexy, but you can easily rewrite them in plain vanilla style (e.g. [fifop] in this context could be replaced by [textfile] or [text])


> Gesendet: Montag, 19. Oktober 2015 um 08:29 Uhr
> Von: "Spencer Russell" <sfr at media.mit.edu>
> An: pd-list at mail.iem.at
> Betreff: [PD] Set of objects for beat-oriented timing?
> Is there a set of objects for expressing beat-relative timing? I’m thinking of a [beatclock] that sends out beat messages and a set of objects like [beatmetro], [beatdelay~], etc. that act like their ms-based counterparts but receive the beat clock and respond to tempo changes. Probably a general-pupose [beatms] that just outputs the beat period in ms for use with objects that aren’t wrapped in the library.
> If not I’ll probably build some, but I figured I’d check to see if the community already has something nice to solve this problem, as I’m sure it’s come up before.
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