[PD] big bounce writesf~
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Mon Jun 18 16:42:54 CEST 2018
On 2018-06-18 16:30, Jean-Marie Adrien wrote:
> … i think i did
> just a question : is it possible to chain in a cascade : throw~ -> catch~ -> throw~ -> catch~ ??
> hum, is chained indeed in the patch
your question is lacking details.
since throw/catch is a N-to-1 connection, you cannot have more than one
[catch~] of any given name.
so the following patch is illegal and will print an error on the console:
(it will give you an error "warning: foo: multiply defined")
however, you can easily and without problems chain up throw/catchs with
using [throw~] and [catch~] without any explicit name (as in your
question), will use an empty symbol "" (without the quotes) as the label.
so to answer your question: not it's not possible to chain it up like
that, as you are having multiple [catch~] objects with the same name.
side note for confusion: when chaining up multiple catch~/throw~ or
s~/r~ objects, the order of execution may vary. so the output of the
last [catch~] object might be delayed by one or more sample blocks (as
compared to input of the first [throw~]). but the signal will come
through nicely (just delayed slightly).
PPS: have you checked phase cancellation?
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