[PD] object that routes bangs to different outputs like a counter?
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Fri Oct 13 22:32:02 CEST 2017
There's also the point and case of just being convenient and being "right
meaning that "by an external", the idea is "one external from the pd
extended libraries we have", which, let's face it, is how most people got
to know Pd.
2017-10-13 13:52 GMT-03:00 oliver <oliver at klingt.org>:
> IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
>> On 10/13/2017 11:06 AM, enrike wrote:
>>> I know, but I just wanted to know if there something that does the same
>>> job but within a single object
>> what does it buy you? what does it cost you?
> that's an interesting issue in general:
> i guess the quest for a "single object" to perform a specific task stems
> from the idea that a c-compiled external is better/faster/less
> CPU-expensive etc. than a self-made abstraction.
> is this even true for PD ?
> (a long time ago i heard that this was true for MAX, but never quite
> figured out why)
> or does it depend on the complexity/size of the task ?
> would be great to hear an expert's opinion on that, as i often find myself
> caught in the same thinking (looking for externals instead of patching an
> abstraction), maybe totally unnecessary ...
> thanks for all insights !
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