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Can I encapsulate a Sound with Unique Recording Names?

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In Kyma X if you wanted to encapsulate a Sound with MemoryWriters or anything else that writes a Wavetable (except delays which can use Private) you had to give the RecordingName a green Variable and give the Wavetable a default name using single quotes when encapsulating. Now there are Sounds where you never want to share that Wavetable so it would make sense to encapsulate them using an unique RecordingName.

Is it possible to encapsulate the new modules UniqueMemoryWriterRecordingNames and CancelUniqueMemoryWriterRecordingNames?

asked Feb 20, 2015 in Using Kyma by kymaguy (Virtuoso) (10,580 points)

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The answer is yes! smiley

If you put a CancelUniqueMemoryWriterRecordingNames right after your input Variable and a UniqueMemoryWriterRecordingNames at the very right of your Sound your RecordingNames are not shared with any other Sound and you can encapsulate the whole thing without using a green variable for the wavetable.

Thanks, SSC!

answered Feb 20, 2015 by kymaguy (Virtuoso) (10,580 points)