But I just tried to translate using Google and I must say I was pretty blown away, some years back this returned a complete nonsense you could use to write a funny book, now it's a really decent conversion, at least from english to french.
So it's just my opinion since you asked, but if some people need it, why not ! ;)
You commented that your composition wasn't as smooth as Magneson's — try inserting a Hold List between the Build List and Get Items from List
Ah yeah good point ! Also initially mine wasn't as smooth also because I had the Receive Live Audio samples going into a Hold List BEFORE going into Calculate Amplitudes which means they had less data to process and therefore it wasn't as smooth.
Since then, pretty much all methods seem as powerful, although on my old Macbook Magneson's method and mine play at about 45 FPS where Kewl's easiest method at 55.
Magneson (@MartinusMagneson) I see what you mean regarding long drawers vs indexes and lists.
However, I still would love the option for output drawers and no limitations beyond 2 or 8.
Because even if Iteration: Turn most nodes into iterators by allowing single-value ports to accept lists will allow an easier way compared to process lists to process lists, sometimes when I wanna retrieve specific list items, I find myself having to constantly add Get Item From List nodes to retrieve specific items from that list to connect them to specific nodes. Output drawers would avoid that.
To declutter, maybe something like collapsible drawers like mentionned in
Thoughts On Drawers would help ?
Agree with you beyond a certain amount it's probably insane to use long drawers, but having the option to choose when to stop sounds the best to me ?