[chuck-users] Help with arrays?
Adam R. Tindale
adamtindale at hotmail.com
Tue Oct 18 22:59:45 EDT 2005
This is a common mistake. Arrays in ChucK are indexed from 0 -> N-1. So
if you have an array that has 256 pieces, like your patch, the indexes
are from 0 - 255. The problem you are encountering in your main loop is
that std.rand2 is returning a number between 0 and 256 - INCLUDING 256.
If you change that line to this:
std.rand2(0, pieces-1) => piece;
then everything will work out just fine. I have it running and
crackling just fine on osx.
On Oct 18, 2005, at 10:59 AM, Vassili Slessarenko wrote:
> Nobody really uses jankyteeth/soup anymore. SO i figured I'd ask here:
> I can still not quite figure out how to do random choice wihtout
> replacement... I seem to have gotten one of the ways of doing it, but
> need help to make it not crash the spork. Here is the actual code.
> After all the effects it tries to randomly select pieces out of a
> sound file and then plays them at random speeds, etc. so you get a
> very weird reconstructed sound... feed it any sound file that the
> soundbuf class understands. The main part I'm having trouble with is
> the main while(true) loop. Could someone help me out to make this
> thing work without crashing chuck?
> click here: http://urbanplexus.net/reconstructor.ck
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