Stores and outputs values in a 64 array.
What the node does:
The node can store 64 different values, and output 1 of them at the time. It can be used to create sequences, to store scales or create simple functions.
In: Input value to be stored
RI: Read Index input (considered as integer). This input indicates which element of the array should appear on the output. The first element has an index of 0, the last element is 63.
WI: Write Index input (considered as integer). This input indicates which element of the array to write in, when a trigger event happens at the 'T' input. The first element has an index of 0, the last element is 63.
T: Trigger input. If the input value is non zero, the element at the write index gets overwritten by a value received at the 'In' input.
Rst: Reset input. If the input value is non zero, all the elements of the array will be equal to 0.
Out: The output of the array is the value of the element indexed with by the value of the 'RI' input.
The graphical interface is not editable in the current version. This will be featured in the future, and will make editing simpler and more intuitive with the mouse. The current workflow was designed for non mouse operations (parameter automation / MIDI CC).
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