[PD] using tabwrite~ for a circular buffer?
msp at ucsd.edu
Thu Sep 14 00:13:53 CEST 2017
Here's what I do (probably not the only way but it works): if you
want the most recent 10 seconds of input available in a contiguous
stretch in an array, make an array big enough to hold 20 seconds, and
using two tabwrite~ objects, alternatively bang one or the other every
10 seconds. At any moment the stretch of the array between the two
tabwrite~ pointers (which you can find using "timer") is 10 seconds
long and contains the most recent input samples.
On Wed, Sep 13, 2017 at 05:31:55PM -0400, Ali Momeni wrote:
> hello all,
> is there a way to use tabwrite~ for a circular buffer?
> in other words, is there a way to make tabwrite~ go around and start
> recording in the beginning of the table, once it has reached the end?
> i have done some searching and found this thread:
> but there seem to be no resolution; i realize that you can do this with a
> different method of writing into tables that's driven by events, but i'd
> like to do it with tabwrite~ and all signals.
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