Thank you very much for the reply.
I can't seem to find any information on how to "force the receive~ to be scheduled after the send~, in which case there is no latency, " The Puckette manual doesn't describe that feature (unless I missed it).
Any help would be appreciated.
I know that using send~ and receive~ introduce latency and am wondering whether using subpatches via inlet~ and outlet~ also introduce latency.
Does send (without tilde) introduce any latency?
Does using subpatches rather than one big page introduce latency?
I'm using a Pi Zero and the buffer needs to be 512 ad 4 mS to eliminate clicks, so the send~ adds up to a very noticeable lag.