Note This is a web-version of a tutorial chapter embedded right into the XOD IDE. To get a better learning experience we recommend to install the desktop IDE or start the browser-based IDE, and you’ll see the same tutorial there.

Using Your New Node

Screenshot of 304-use-new-node

Now you can use the new node just like any other.

Instructions #

  1. Drag’n’drop your between node from Project Browser to this patch and replace the 303-... node with it.
  2. Add a few more between’s: double click on empty space and type “between”. Your node is here and denoted as @/between.
  3. Bind some values to the inputs of new between nodes, add some tweak-number and watch nodes to play.
  4. Run simulation to check how the new node works.

Paths starting with @/ #

The at (@) symbol in the patch path shown by the quick search suggester denotes “this project”. That is, the node is located in the current projects, not in a library.

<- Place your between node instead

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