Multiple-child Component Properties (APL for Audio)
A multiple-child component combines and plays one or more audio clips, represented by child components. For example, a
Sequencer component plays the audio clip for each child component one after another. All multiple-child components share a set of common properties in addition to the base component properties.
Available multiple-child components
The following components are multiple-child components:
All multiple-child components have the base component properties and the following properties:
||Array||<none>||Data to bind into this multiple-child component.|
||Array of components||||The Component(s) used to play the data set.|
An array of arbitrary data. If the data array is bound, the multiple-child component uses the data array inflation method.
An array of components to be played. When the data property is assigned, the multiple-child component uses the data-array inflation method. When the data property is not assigned, the multiple-child component uses the simple array of child components inflation method.
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Last updated: Nov 28, 2023