AudioProcessorGraph::suspendProcessing (FEATURE REQUEST)


right now calling AudioProcessorGraph::suspendPlugin simply sets the AudioProcessor::suspended flag, but has absolutely no effect on the behavior of AudioProcessorGraph.

it would be great if calling suspendProcessing on and AudioProcessorGraph actually suspended the processing (i.e., just cleared the audio buffer and returned without calling processBlock on every node) or at least called suspendProcessing on every node in the graph or at the very, very least suspendProcessing could be a virtual method so I could implement the desired behavior myself.

reading through older forum posts I see that Iā€™m not the only one who appreciate this change!

thanks a lot!



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