mc.tapin~ receives a multichannel in and copies into a delay line. Using mc.tapout~, you can read from the delay line at various delay times. You must connect the outlet of an mc.tapin~ object to the mc.tapout~ object you want to use with the delay line. Note that this is not a signal connection, since no signal travels between the objects. It is merely a way to indicate that the objects share the same delay memory.
The maximum delay time in milliseconds. This determines the size of the delay line memory. If the sampling rate is increased after the object has been created, mc.tapin~ will attempt to resize the delay line. If no argument is present, the default maximum delay time is 100 milliseconds.
Common Box Attributes
|MSP Delay Tutorial 1: Delay Lines||MSP Delay Tutorial 1: Delay Lines|
|MSP Delay Tutorial 2: Delay Lines with Feedback||MSP Delay Tutorial 2: Delay Lines with Feedback|
|MSP Delay Tutorial 4: Flanging||MSP Delay Tutorial 4: Flanging|