What does "s" and "n" do?
I was watching the following video to learn some more tidal tricks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm4if...
The recorder uses the functions
n though which I don't know yet and can't find in the documentation. At first I thought
s was a short way to write
sound but after playing around a bit I can also dismiss that.
d1 $ n "0 1 2" # s "sn"
More info on this?