I want to be able to "ask" the dac or a patch if it is producing audio.
I was looking at doing something like this;
This produces 1 when audio is being produces and 0 when it's not, however the problem is I don't know how to bang this setup to acquire the playing state.
I'd like to ask it, "are you playing audio?" and then get a single response, yes / no.
Does anyone have a suggestion as to how I might proceed with this?
Hi gsagostinho, there is a trigger used outside of this sub-patch, I was using it to enforce the bang order. I've included a picture. I'd expect it to bank from the right float (0) to the left symbol (client_1).
I did read about the patch cord connection order being an important part of single flow ordering and I did try and apply it before by doing what you said, delete patch cords and apply again.
It is possible that the patch order is still wrong so I will attempt to do as you advice and remove the patch cords again.
I will report back.
[Resolved] - see gsagostinho first reply for solution.
Troubleshooting listed below - you might have more luck understanding the issue by checking here first.
I've been working on using
[netreceive]for sending OSC data between a series of audio clients.
I'm having trouble working out a way to send a multi part message. My issue is getting the timing right. I want to be able to build a multi part message like the one in black below. The image below is of a sub-patch which is "trying" to build a list which would then be send via
My real issue is working out how to provide all the parameters before finally sending the list.
If there was a way to use pack to construct a list then bank it to send it's data then I'd be right.
###Troubleshooting - Update
Using print I'm seeing this signal flow which I can't explain.
If I send a bang in to inlet 1 - Destination print 5 is triggered first then print 4. Is this normal?