[PD] any way to change the name of delay line used by [vd~] with message?
williamahuston at gmail.com
Sat Aug 15 00:22:37 CEST 2020
Is there any way to change the name of the delay line used by [vd~] with a
Alternatively, I think it would be nice for PD to have a mechanism of
indirect reference. In this case,
$0-delay refers to the name of the delay line.
What I'd like is a way to put a name like DELAY1 inside a variable which I
can set and change. So something like
Where $0-DelayName is something I can set to DELAY1.
Are either of these possible?
The reason this has come up, is I'm trying to build an N-band flanger using
[clone]. As it stands, it seems like I have to hard-code the name of the
delay line read by each instance which is cloned. Since [clone] can only
use an abstraction, this means the instances have a different $0 context
than the parent patch.
So it seems I have to hard-code the name of the delay line used, which
means I can have only one of my N-band flangers per patch. That's probably
OK, but I would prefer not to use global variable names if possible.
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