- Sends and Receives are written in camelCase, with "R" appended to complementary receives (e.g. in GUIs, $0mySlider for the send and $0mySliderR for the receive)
- When prepending $0 to a symbol, only add a "-" to separate it from another number, like [r $0-1stSend]. Otherwise the symbol should immediately follow, like [r $0mySend].
- When working with stereo, Left and Right pairs are written with Le and Ri appended (to distinguish them from an R denoting "receive", above)
- To invert a toggle, use [== 0]
- Use the loadbang of the parent of both abstractions to initialize two or more interdependent abstractions
|?||I think of this like emulating the "self" convention in Python|