[PD] [r pd-dsp-started] was: Re: samplerate~

Christof Ressi info at christofressi.com
Wed Feb 19 00:29:41 CET 2020

> Toggle DSP button ON, aka: ";pd dsp 1"
Then just catch "pd dsp 1"?

Anyway, technically, all those cases are the same: DSP stops, the DSP 
graph is rebuilt, DSP continues.

I think your specific use case is not so much about the fact that DSP 
has started, but more about that the *user* has started DSP.


On 19.02.2020 00:21, ffdd cchh wrote:
>> What do you consider a "real" start of DSP?
> Toggle DSP button ON, aka: ";pd dsp 1"
>> Actually, I'm rather asking myself whether it's necessary that saving triggers a rebuilt of the DSP graph...
> I believe connections need to be re-asserted/ordered so as to re-draw
> the graph. Same thing happens with non-tilde objects on canvas.
> To add to your question: if no tilde object was touched/moved (or even
> exists on a patch) why would the dsp graph be rebuilt on save?
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