[chuck-users] benchmarking chuck

Perry R Cook prc at CS.Princeton.EDU
Tue May 2 18:37:29 EDT 2006

The multiple connections to the dac mix (add) by
default.  All inputs to any unitgenerators (that
have inputs) add by default, with optional flags
you can set to cause them to multiply (maybe other
too).  I'm not sure why chucking the single sineosc
to the elements of the array works.  Ge will explain...


On Wed, 3 May 2006, Kassen wrote:

> Is that realy what's going on? I was wondering about that. I never
> realised arrays can hold audio signals. Can they? Does this make them
> work like a sort of multiplexer or more like a mixer? I'm quite
> baffled by that line in the original example. Aparently the VM is fine
> with it; if I were the VM I probably would have complained but now I'm
> wondering exactly what it is that the VM thinks we are trying to do
> here and what the use of it would be. Do I gather from your reply that
> when we send a array to a ugen the ugen will get a sort of sum of all
> that's conatained by the array to it's input?
> As far as mistakes go I think Eduard made a very interesting one and
> I'd love to hear what we could do with this when not making mistakes.
> Kas.
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