Isadora's User Actor feature allows you to create new actors based on several other Isadora actors. This feature is key if you have a complex group of actors that you need to use repeatedly within a document. This tutorial builds on Part 1, showing how User Actors can also be used to create "global variables", settings that can be changed once and automatically appear everywhere else in your patch. (Part 2 of 2)
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