The outlet of a tapin~ object must be connected to the left inlet of tapout~ in order for the delay line to function.
The tapout~ object has one or more inlets and one or more outlets. A delay time signal or number received in an inlet affects the output signal coming out of the outlet directly below the inlet.
The tapout~ object is sub-sample accurate specifically when receiving a delay time signal in an inlet. It is not sub-sample accurate when receiving a delay time number in an inlet.
One or more initial delay times in milliseconds, one for each delay "tap" inlet-outlet pair desired. For example, the arguments tapout~ object with three independent "taps" corresponding to three inlets and three outlets. If a is connected to an inlet, the initial delay time corresponding to that inlet-outlet pair is ignored. The minimum delay time that can be used is determined by the current signal vector size (Options->Audio Status). If the Signal Vector Size is set to 64, any delay less than 64 samples will be limited to a minimum of 64 samples.would create a
MC Individual Output Mode
Common Box Attributes
Each outlet of tapout~ corresponds to an individually controlled "tap" of a delay line written by the tapin~ object. The output signal coming out of a tapout~ outlet is the input to tapin~ delayed by the number of milliseconds specified by the numerical or signal control received in the inlet directly above the outlet.
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