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Know your Patches!

After Spreads we now bring to you an update to the documentation on all things Patching. It shouldn't have too much new info for the pro but is meant to be a complete reference to all we know about vvvv ourselves. and we added a lot of patch-selfies for your viewing pleasure, like this:

patch selfie

Please make sure to point to these pages when running a workshop. Speficically the Patching Concepts should give every noob an idea of how to work with vvvv.

Know an old-school programmer who needs convincing that patching is the new coding? Point them to the Programming Concepts page where we tried to offer an introduction for those folks.

See the main table of content below but also don't miss those 3 new pages:

Patching pages

We're aware that this comes ridiculously late but still hope that it can help to ease the learning curvvvve for future users. Feedback welcome.

joreg, Wednesday, Jan 6th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~1d ago

~6d ago

joreg: Know someone who should learn #vvvv? Send them to one of our intro workshops in #Berlin https://nodeforum.org/announcements/2020-series-of-2h-introduction-workshops-to-vvvv-gamma/ #creativecoding

~6d ago

udo2013: @sunep:had an idea how to restore midi-data by one lick and bring the sliders in original position.patch in forum."restore midi.."

~12d ago

sunep: @udo2013 make a forum post about and I can share my subpatch

~12d ago

sunep: @udo2013 I have myself dealt with that problem by using LTP (Value) in pickup mode

~16d ago

~16d ago

~18d ago

joreg: @soundreactor: yes