arve.knudsen at gmail.com
Thu Dec 26 20:58:20 EST 2013
Thanks for the swift feedback (and starring my repository)! I'll consider
filing issues with things that need to be done, when I can think of
something. I'm totally new to ChucK, so ChucKJS is also a way for me to
learn ChucK itself. As such, I'm not at all sure if this project is even
feasible, but I'm treating it as a fun experiment. Hopefully, it can work
well enough at some point to complement the original ChucK.
On Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 2:45 AM, Nathan Leiby <nathanleiby at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Arve,
> Sounds very interesting! I have toyed with this a little (more web-audio
> API for making a DJing app, but to re-implement things I have done in
> Chuck). I've starred the repo and will keep an eye on your progress.
> I haven't been able to carve out of a lot of time recently for side
> projects as I'm just starting a new job, but I'd love to contribute soon if
> possible. Definitely consider filing some issues with suggested features
> and I'll take a look.
> On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 5:36 PM, Arve Knudsen <arve.knudsen at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi guys
>> ChucK, ChucKJS <https://github.com/aknuds1/chuckjs>, for which I'm
>> seeking feedback from ChucK developers in particular. Web Audio API<https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/audio/raw-file/tip/webaudio/specification.html> is
>> used to produce sound. Very little of the language is implemented so far,
>> I've just today finished end-to-end support (including a VM) for playing
>> back a sine tone for a certain interval of time as in the following program:
>> SinOsc sin => dac;
>> 2::second => now;
>> Even though this may seem minor, I'm pretty happy that this is at all
>> possible just from within the browser :) As explained in the project's
>> README, there is a self-contained example (examples/example1.html) which
>> demonstrates the aforementioned sine wave playback capability.
>> What do you guys think, are anyone else interested in being able to run
>> ChucK programs in the browser? Anyone interested in helping out on
>> ChucKJS <https://github.com/aknuds1/chuckjs> (like ChucK it's GPL
>> My motivation for writing ChucKJS is to develop an online development
>> environment for ChucK where one can execute the programs directly in the
>> browser, I figure this will lower the threshold and make the language more
>> fun to work with.
>> Merry Christmas,
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> Nathan Leiby
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