The deferlow object places all incoming messages at the tail of the low priority queue. This is unlike the defer object, however, which places high priority messages at the front of the low priority queue, and passes low priority messages immediately. The deferlow object is useful to preserve message sequencing that might otherwise be reversed with the defer object and/or guarantee that an incoming message will be deferred to a future servicing of the low priority queue even if that message is low priority itself.
Examples of high priority messages are those generated by a MIDI object (such as notein) or a timing object (such as metro or seq), and examples of low priority message are those generated in response to user events (such as clicking a button).
Common Box Attributes
Same as the input.