[chuck-users] semi complicated midi setup
gpermus at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 18:14:19 EST 2005
On 22-Nov-05, at 1:39 PM, Atte André Jensen wrote:
> Graham Percival wrote:
>> I don't think this is the best solution,
> I'm also interrested in the best solution. Could you give a few
I mean that literally -- I don't think I _can_ give you a best
solution; it's not that I'm not willing to do so.
It comes down to exactly what you're trying to do (and I don't know
that), how you like to structure programs, etc. You could probably do
this with classes -- make a HandleKeyboard class, then instantiate one
of those for each keyboard.
I think the best way to find the best solution is to go ahead and get
it working, using whatever method(s) you can. Use that to learn about
chuck, figure out exactly what you want to do, etc. Once that's all
working, ignore your current program(s) and start again from scratch.
Spend a week just thinking about the general design before programming
Of course, I've only taken one course on software engineering in my
life, and that was in 1998. Nor have I done any programming since
then, up until a few months ago. So I don't claim to be an expert. :)
But that's how I would go about this.
IMHO, the biggest problem is in deciding exactly what you want. Once
you've done that, the actual design and programming is pretty easy.
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