Hi ! I got a problem with a pretty simple patch, that's just a sequence of notes passing through 2 oscillators. I got the "signal outlet connected to nonsignal inlet" error, when I track the error it shows me the two multiply objects over the "*~ 0.7" object, I tried to change the line objects into line~ ones, but it still won't work.
Signal outlet problem
There are two problems : $0 instead of $1, and the bang between [unpack] and your number box.
Here, $1 is replaced by the number it receives. $0 is useful when you create abstractions, but not in your case.
Oh, the bang wasn't there when the bug appeared, I put it here just to check the output of unpack. I put the $1 because I had a bug that told me "Value input is out of range" with the line, and it fixed the bug...
I'll try that though, thanks much
It worked, thanks =3
Have a nice day !
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When you give an argument to a signal object like [~ ], its right inlet becomes a control inlet and you can no longer connect signals to it. That's what happens with [~ 0.7]. If you want to override that argument with a signal delete it altogether and leave the object like this [*~ ].