[chuck-users] Looping Sample Playback
adamtindale at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 28 14:07:57 EST 2006
The bonus of having to put everything up on the wiki separately means
that everyone can see your example. This will allow us to figure it
out and add comments and link to your example when developing patches
of a similar nature.
If we can get archives to be accepted by the wiki then I would
encourage you to also post all your source individually with some
other comments. This will also help people who are looking at ChucK
to see how it stacks up with other languages when they are trying to
figure out which one they would prefer to use.
On 28-Feb-06, at 10:33 AM, Mike McGonagle wrote:
> This is something that I would be interested in seeing. It is sad that
> the WIKI won't allow uploading of archives, as that would make
> downloading the files much simpler, as you won't have to "Copy and
> Paste" everything into a new file.
> I look forward to checking out ChucKML.
> On 2/27/06, Nelson Ferraz <nferraz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I wrote ChucKML to solve this kind of problem: it reads a xml file
>> describing which files should be played and when; and prints ChucK
>> source code to perform that.
>> <wave src="wav/wave.wav" repeat_every="9::second"/>
>> <wave src="wav/beat1.wav" start_after="3::second"
>> <wave src="wav/beat2.wav" start_after="3::second"
>> I couldn't upload the tgz file to the wiki, but I'll post the
>> source code there.
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