Ndef registers synths by key. All accesses to the registered synths go through the Ndef class via that key. Registered synths can be replaced with other synths while playing. A synth and its replacement can automatically crossfade and the replacement time can be quantized.
Return a new node proxy and store it in a global ProxySpace under the key. If there is already an Ndef there, replace its object with the new one. The object can be any supported class, see NodeProxy: Supported sources help.
the name of the proxy (usually a symbol). If only the key is given and no object, it returns the proxy object:
If key is an association, it is interpreted as key -> server name. (order changed in SC3.3 !). If no name is given, it uses the default server that was default when Ndef was first called. (to change it, see *defaultServer).
*new(key).ar(numChannels, offset) (see BusPlug: ar)
*new(key).kr(numChannels, offset) (see BusPlug: kr)
clear all proxies
set the default server (default:
Return the dictionary of all servers, pointing to proxyspaces with Ndefs for each.
Return the proxyspace for a given server.
Behind every Ndef there is one single instance of ProxySpace per server used (usually just the one for the default server). This ProxySpace keeps default values for the proxies that can be set. This can be done by:
The other values that can be set in such a way are:
clock, fadeTime, quant, reshaping, awake.
Controlling multi-channeled sequenced streams and having independent control over filtering and node ordering is a difficult topic in SuperCollider. However, using Ndefs (or their superclass NodeProxy or a ProxySpace) may provide a convenient solution.
Because an Ndef is a unique instance for a given key, it can be copied only by supplying a new key. See also: NodeProxy: -copy.
A valid new key, usually a Symbol
Ndefs can be used recursively. A structure like the following works:
This is because there is a feedback delay (the server's block size), usually 64 samples, so that calculation can reiterate over its own outputs. For single sample feedback, see: