On Aug 19, 2008, at 2:09 PM, Brian Willoughby wrote:
We're talking about Parameter IDs here, and I would say that using
14 bits as a limit, instead of 32 bits, is completely arbitrary and
not related to anything.
The original question was: "Hi, out of curiosity is there a limit on
the number of parameters an Audio Unit can posses? Or perhaps more
likely, a practical limit to ensure host compatibility?"
And I _suggested_ that a practical limit _could_ be 16384 parameters.
I think this is a reasonable statement, if a host (I don't know of
any, but that was not the question anyway) would somehow store the
parameter in the same way a registered or non-registered MIDI
controllers, which are 14 bit.
And yes, it has nothing to do with the theoretical limit and the way
parameters are stored by a host application or how their parameters
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