File: dsp-help.pd

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#N canvas 105 135 468 434 10;
#X obj 30 212 tgl 15 0 empty empty empty 0 -6 0 8 -262144 -1 -1 0 1
;
#X obj 2 2 cnv 15 450 20 empty empty pddp/dsp 2 11 1 18 -233017 -66577
0;
#X msg 30 236 \; pd dsp \$1;
#X text 18 103 Click in the box to the left in the object to turn on/off
the DSP:;
#X text 23 279 Notice that if you use the the above message \, [pddp_dsp]
still responds to the change in DSP status. [pddp_dsp] also responds
to the keyboard shortcuts.;
#X text 138 343 On Mac OS X: Cmd-. and Cmd-/;
#X text 47 329 On Windows and GNU/Linux: Ctrl-. and Ctrl-/;
#X obj 34 142 pddp/dsp;
#X text 16 182 [pddp/dsp] is basically a fancy version of this:;
#X text 16 39 [pddp/dsp] is a GUI object to turn on and off the audio
processing \, aka "DSP". It also shows the status of the DSP \, green
means DSP is on \, grey means DSP is off.;
#X connect 0 0 2 0;