[chuck-users] chuck manual errata
adamtindale at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 6 15:34:55 EDT 2006
Ok, so the docs are wrong and I'm confused. Why does it sustain?
Shouldn't this essentially be a filtered impulse?
Nice patch BTW.
On 6-Jul-06, at 12:12 PM, Ge Wang wrote:
> Blit seems to be working for me:
> Blit s => dac;
> [ 0, 2, 4, 7, 9, 11 ] @=> int hi;
> // infinite time loop
> while( true )
> // frequency
> std.mtof( 33 + std.rand2(0,3) * 12 +
> hi[std.rand2(0,hi.cap()-1)] ) => s.freq;
> // harmonics
> std.rand2( 1, 5 ) => s.harmonics;
> // advance time
> 120::ms => now;
> I think we just need to update the documentation, right? Or am I
> missing something?
> On Jul 6, 2006, at 2:48 PM, Adam Tindale wrote:
>> It seems that there is a bug here. Is Robin Davies still around? The
>> idea of these UGens was to have a similar access point as the builtin
>> UGens but in a bandlimited form. The Blit UGen should work as
>> documented but you are right about it not working. BlitSquare and
>> BlitSaw seem just peachy though. Can we put this on the bug list?
>> Thanks for finding this Eduard.
>> On 6-Jul-06, at 3:08 AM, eduard aylon wrote:
>>> Hello Adam et al,
>>> I'd like to draw your attention on what I believe is an error in
>>> Chuck manual.
>>> It seems to me that the Blit ugen section is not correct. According
>>> to the manual, Blit has only next() and value() as member functions.
>>> However, looking at ugen_stk.h reveals that Blit, as BlitSquare and
>>> BlitSaw, has freq(), harmonics() and phase() as memebers and not
>>> () nor value().
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