[PD] multichannel vs many stereo writesf objects?

Josh Moore kh405.7h30ry at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 03:08:54 CEST 2020

One writesf~ is better.

If you want to extract the wavs to their own track, well they're basically
broadcast wavs. I'm quite fond of BWF.

Just be aware that it's 32 bit unless they've updated it to 64 bit wav and
you'll have a 4 gb size limit which for multichannel wavs uses up rather

On Mon, Sep 28, 2020 at 11:00 AM Fede Camara Halac <camarafede at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> What is more efficient for recording, say, a +15 minute 16 channel
> performance: a single writesf with 16 channels or 8 writesf object with 2
> channels each?
> Bonus question: What if I place a stereo writesf inside a patch and run 8
> separate pd~ objects?
> The context: recording network performance using Netty McNetface. This is
> why I'm trying to reduce as much processing from the main patch while
> staying within pd-land. (Routing multichannel audio out to another daw
> would be an option that I'm not considering right now)
> Thanks!
> f
> fdch.github.io
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