The adc~ ("analog-to-digital converter") object outputs one or more signals (one per outlet) with audio from hardware input devices.
If adc~ has one numeric argument, it determines the number of outlets that produce signals from audio input hardware starting with logical input channel 1. If adc~ has more than one argument, it is taken as a list of logical input channels assigned to its outlets. If no arguments are supplied, adc~ will have two outlets, initially set to logical input channels 1 and 2.
If a symbol is provided as the first argument to adc~, its output will come from a named inport port in the Max mixer. If adc~ instances in a patcher hierarchy share the same name they will use the same mixer input port.
Common Box Attributes
Audio from hardware input devices is output as a series of signals, one per outlet.
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