[chuck-users] ADSR modulation question

Atte André Jensen atte.jensen at gmail.com
Thu Jun 29 13:59:08 EDT 2006

Kassen wrote:

> and you now also want to go "ADSR e => f.pfreq;" (or something
> similar) like a patch cable, right?


I still don't see why this wouldn't be possible within the current 
conventions. I admit that I'm comming from another way of thinking, but 
who isn't :-) So allow me to think as I'm used to for a minute.

So if I have a ADSR sonnected to a blackhole, it will generate samples 
when time passes, right? Normally an adsr scales an AC signal. If it 
input a DC of say 1 (could be hacked with a slooow sqr) to an ADSR it 
should scale thi according to it's settings. An it should do so in 
free-wheeling time (between chuck to now), right? Al that is needed is 
that I can connect this output to something like f.pfreq, and I would 
have a free-wheeling, simple to grasp, CPU-eater (updated at sample rate).

Simple? yes. Flexible? Not that much. Newbie/Nord-Modular-Moogie 
friendly? Very. Elegant? In it's own way, yes. Sufficient? For basic 
stuff; yes, for the rest; no.

Sorry for bringing this pragmatic garbage into the beautiful world of 
chuck :-)

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