What if you switch the second to last and the last line? That is, load the
pattern before giving cps a positive value. That way you can be sure it
plays the whole thing from the start.
In my experiments, cps (-1) pauses the clock, but when you then pass cps a
positive value, it starts at 0.
On my machine (Intel i5, 4 cores, laptop, running Kubuntu and Kxstudio),
there's a substantial lag between when you send the command to start it and
when it starts -- like a quarter of a second.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 7:10 PM, <adam.casciaro(a)icloud.com> wrote:
Hello, thanks for the response... unfortunately, I had no luck with
Possibly because I am misunderstanding how to use the 'do' function? I was
unable to find anything about it on the site...
Basically, here is the code that is currently not doing what I want it to:
d1 $ s "<fband:3 ~ ~ ~ fband:4 ~ ~ ~ fband:5 ~ ~ ~ fband:6 ~ ~ ~>" # cut
# gain "1.2"
And I just launch it with 'ctrl+enter' like other multi-line codes, right?
When I do this, the 'cps (-1)' function seems to have no effect.
Appreciate your help.
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