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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.

Creating Your Own Nodes

In this part of the tutorial, you will learn how to create your own XOD nodes.

We will take an existing patch and extract a part of it into a separate node with a few input pins to control its parameters.

Then we will add labels and descriptions that will be displayed in the help panel for our node, just like for the XOD standard library.

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