[PD] Patch change via midi
danomatika at gmail.com
Sat Jan 23 01:35:01 CET 2021
Try [switch~] to turn off dsp in the subpatch(es) ala:
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You might need to add a small delay and ramp to avoid clicking.
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> I have a headless raspberry pi that boots into a PD patch I created. (I
> control it with a midi wind controller and an FCB 1010 midi foot
> controller.) I have observed that bypassing certain sections of the patch
> with MIDI signals generated by the foot pedal board does not actually stop
> those sections of the patch from processing, and using CPU bandwidth.
> I was wondering if it was possible to cease processing sections of a patch
> somehow? Maybe by stopping a sub-process or something? Alternatively, I was
> wondering if it was possible to load a different patch upon input of a
> certain midi program change?
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