Discovering Parameter DAT, wonderful.
I have some questions:
Is it a good strategy to use a “big” Parameter for handling parameters of multiple nodes ? In that case of use, can I specify specific parameters to store ? It doesn’t seem to work if I use the syntax < opname >:< paramname > in the Parameters parameter of my Parameter node.
Why should I use Parameter CHOP instead of Parameter DAT ? (does CHOP generate channels for each parameters ? and Why would I need this ?)
How can I automatically store/recall (like snapshotting on demand) all parameters from all nodes in a network ? The question also relates to how to have a snapshot for my Parameter node, and then another one, another one and recalling them (eventually doing interpolation between some)
Handling a Global Parameter that would hold EVERY parameters we need to store in the whole network VS having multiple local Parameter node and maybe a global one handling all the local Parameter ?
How to handle a context like: I work, I use a Parameter to hold many parameters, I do a snapshot (if it is possible), another one. Ok I have 2 snapshots. Then, I add some OP and I need them to be stored on my previous snapshots, how does it behave ? Should I strictly separate this in my workflow and work with Parameter ONLY when I’m sure I won’t add more OP to store/call ?
Thanks for your experience, time and words