When mc.dac~ has no arguments, it sends all channels of its connected multichannel input to audio output channels starting at logical channel 1.
When mc.dac~ has channel number arguments, it sends channels of its connected multichannel input to the specified audio output channel(s). If there are more channels in the multichannel input than channel arguments, the additional channels of the input are ignored.
If a symbol is provided as the first argument to a mc.dac~ object, its output will be sent to the Max mixer. If mc.dac~ instances in a patcher hierarchy share the same name they will use the same mixer output.
Common Box Attributes
mc.dac~ produces no output internal to the application. Signals received in its inlets are sent to its assigned logical audio output channels. You can assign logical channels to device output channels in the I/O Mappings subwindow of the Audio Status window.
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