[chuck-users] getting the current srate
philipd at CS.Princeton.EDU
Sun Jun 18 18:33:17 EDT 2006
This works for me ( on win32 ), using a variety of
1::second / 1::samp => float srate;
Atte André Jensen wrote:
> I'm in the process of making a small bpm calculator, as part of a bigger
> whole. It detects taps on a midikey and calculates the bpm from the
> distance between the taps. What it boils down to is that I end up with a
> duration, which at 60 bpm (and tight tapping) is 47904.000000 and if I
> run with --srate44100 is 44096.000000. Looks to me like time is counted
> in samples, right?
> Anyways, if my algorithm should work at all sample rates, I need to ask
> from within chuck what sample rate we're running at. How is this done?
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