I have some questions about the pd~ object. My Raspberry Pi 3 has one processor running at 100% and the other 3 running at almost 0%. So I’d like to allocate some processing power to those other processors. I’m guessing that’s what the pd~ object is for correct?
If I have an audio signal and I go into the inputs of a pd~ object will all the processing above that pd~ object be allocated to another processor? Or do I need to make a separate patch and open it with the pd~ object, and everything in that patch is run on another processor?
Or if I send audio into a pd~ object and have reverb and delay effects happen in a subprocess, would just those effects be created on a different processor?
I read this document:
which explains the concept behind why the pd~ object is necessary. And I looked at the pd~ help file, but I can’t get this to work.
I uploaded some of the things I tried out. If anyone can alter these to demonstrate how this object works I’d appreciate it.