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This SynthEdit module provides memory storage and retrieval of numeric values by index, with separate indexes for read and write. Values can optionally be saved to a text file when the module closes, and loaded from a text file when the module opens, to provide persistent storage, or to pre-load the array with a predefined set of values. In addition, file Load and Save operations can be initiated while the module is running.

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DH_Array2

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Input - Value to be stored

Read Index In - Selects the output slot. Range is 0 to the Array Size - 1. Index input is rounded to the nearest integer.

Write Index In - Selects the slot to which the Input value will be written. Range is 0 to the Array Size - 1. Index input is rounded to the nearest integer.

Write - Writes the Input value to the currently indexed slot on a positive pulse.

Load: Loads the array from a file.

Save: Saves the current array values to file.

Clear: Deletes the saved file and resets all slots to 0.

File Name: Should be used to give the module's data file a unique name. More than one instance of a module may read the same file, but results may be unpredictable if more than one writes to it.

Outputs:

Output: Provides the value of the slot currently indexed by the Read Index.

Read Index Out: Provides the integer value of the current output index.

Write Index Out: Provides the integer value of the current input index.

Parameters: (right-click Properties)

Array Size: Sets the number of slots. Note that the index numbers start at 0, so the highest index will be 1 less than the Array Size.

Load on open option: Enables or disables automatically loading the file on audio startup.

Save on close option: Enables or disables automatically saving the file on audio shutdown.

Text File Format:

The module's memory can be preloaded by providing a text file with the desired numeric values, separated by spaces, tabs, commas, or new lines. The values are read in from left to right, top to bottom, just as you would read English language text.