• LiamG

    Try loading it in a text editor and searching and replacing "loadbang" with "loadbangg". That way, if something inside the patch is crashing PD, it will be suspended.

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  • LiamG

    Yeah, David's approach is definitely better. I didn't think of it either!

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  • LiamG

    Interesting. I guess you can use [block~] to set a smaller block size if the delay becomes an issue for you.

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  • LiamG

    @raynovich Go to Help --> Find Externals and search for "ELSE".

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  • LiamG

    The easiest way to do it would be to put the the data through a low-pass filter. The lower the cut-off frequency, the smoother the curve will be. There are some drawbacks to this method of course: you'd have to do it at audio level, and you wouldn't have that much control of the curve, other than the cut-off.

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  • LiamG

    If you don't mind using externals, I think there is a brick-wall filter in ELSE.

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  • LiamG

    You're right, PD does a superficial check to see if there are any DSP loops. You can ask about it on the PD list if you want, but I doubt that they'll be that enthusiastic about changing it.

    In the mean time, you can always use [send~] and [receive~] or [throw~] and [catch~] to create feedback. [throw~] might be better, as [send~] introduces a one-block delay.

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  • LiamG

    You don't even need the [pack s] there, [symbol $1] on its own should do it.

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  • LiamG

    Funny, I don't have it in my version of list-abs.

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  • LiamG

    This sounds like a case for abstractions.

    You can build a single patch which does all the operations you need, then multiply it as many times as you need in the main patch. Since you want to use the slider, you'll need to make it a GOP abstraction. And since there's a lot of them, it will be best to distinguish them using creation arguments.

    If you're not familiar with abstractions, take a look here:

    https://guitarextended.wordpress.com/2012/01/12/tip-use-abstractions-and-sub-patches/

    And ask if any of this does make sense.

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