jit.buffer@

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jit.buffer records frames into a buffer and plays them back.

The pink slider shows the write-position in the buffer.

The blue sider shows the read-position in the buffer.

Set your number of frames to be recorded in the "frames_amt" number-box. You can set how many of those frames are read in the number-boxes next to the blue sliders.


There are 3 playback (read) modes chooseable with the menu:

~counter: simple increasingly playback. In this mode you can define a frame-offset to the write-position with the number right to the menu.

~drunk: randomized playback but avoiding big jumps.

~random: totally random playback.