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    PD used to remember font size for me, but recent versions always seem to revert to size 12. (i prefer size 10)

    Is there an easy way to set default font size so all new patches open at that size? (osx, if that matters)

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    Just a quick post again to give many thanks for sharing these, and such good explanations of what is going on inside.

    Will be digging in soon to have a proper look and see if i can make some worthwhile edits.

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    Sounds very nice. Thanks!

    My only "complaint" with the sound is that it's a bit too much random stereo sometimes, but that's easy fixed by a simple mix of mono/stereo before the final output.

    But yeah, very CPU hungry.
    I had a look, and here's my suggestions on how to cut down on CPU a bit:

    1. throw~ / catch~ and s~ / r~ pairs are quite CPU hungry too. There are lots of places in abstractions where you just use those to tidy the patch a bit, Not worth it if you want to keep CPU down. Just do direct cable connections. The less you use these, the lighter your patch will get on CPU.

    2. vd~ uses a lot more CPU than delread~. For your modulated stuff, you'll need to stick with vd~, but i noticed that the [delay~] abstractions used vd~ when the delay time was fixed, so no need for those. And fcbc~ uses vd~, but its input is originally just control signals, so you can change it to delread~ too.

    3. Probably no need for [vline~] objects, just use [line~]

    Sorry, might have just been faster for me to change the patch, but maybe it helps people to see where these bottlenecks come from?

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    help -> find externals

    then just type in the ones that you are missing

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    Thanks so much to everyone for the big help. much appreciated :)

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    Making an "event sequencer" for a project. Events come in as tag / value pairs, such as "distortion 0.75", "reverb_onOff 1", etc

    the timing of these events is tracked, 256 steps per loop.

    so, need to make some sort of container that can be filled with these tag / value pairs, going into the appropriate step slot.

    For example, on step 156, there might be movement of the GUI for both "distortion" and "reverb_onOff", so both those events should go into step 156 slot.

    a final structure might look something like this:

    step156 distortion 0.75
    step156 reverb_onOff 1
    step157 blank
    step158 blank
    step159 reverb_onOff 0
    step159 chorus 0.23

    etc,

    Any ideas on a way to do this, preferably in vanilla pd, but perhaps open to externals if they may do it better?

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    oneSampleDelay.pd

    revisiting this thread. Joe nearly had it...but instead of rpole~, using rzero~ you can get one sample delay

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    Is there a limit of 7 unread posts? Is that a variable that can be changed? Seems a bit low.

    Ideally would like to see all.

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    [expr~ $v1 > 0.55]

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    yeah it's just a GUI bang artefact you get there. If you right click on a bang object, you'll see it has a value for "hold".

    your actual control bangs are going through at exactly the speed you want.

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