Yes, this is how I understand it. I think I said that when I have everything within one object, the k-rate code of the individual filter are processed together, before the S-rate code is processed.
And when patched with factory objects it processes the whole object, k-rate & s-rate before processing the next objects.
So there is a difference there. But I dont know if this is the reason.
I am trying to do what is described as GOOOD path, where the math/+ is processed first and then the rest. If what you say is the technical way of saying it, then yes.
So a way to do this could be adding a 1 sample delay to the filters, so math/+ is processed first and then the filters?
It seems pretty clear that it doesnt process it the way I was hoping for. So not so much a problem IF it processes it wrongly(according to what my goal is) it, more about what a solution to the problem could be.