[chuck-users] miniAudicle problems
sharp732 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 19 11:30:15 EST 2006
I compiled miniAudicle on Linux a few days ago and ran into the same
issue (I think). I found a really weird problem: It seems that float
numbers are truncated into integers in miniAudicle. I wrote a small
SinOsc o => dac;
333 => o.freq;
0.9 => o.gain;
1::second => now;
1 => o.gain;
1::second => now;
It works correct in chuck, the output is:
i at Imre ~]/Depot/Install/miniAudicle-0.1.3.6/chuck/src/chuck
--srate=48000 --bufsize=512 ./Temp/gain.ck
But in miniAudicle console monitor I get:
[chuck](VM): sporking incoming shred: 1 (gain.ck)...
(and also I don't hear the first 1 second :) )
Buffer size and sample rate were the same as in the chuck command. I
tried it also with the precompiled Windows version and there it is
I hope this brings us closer to the solution!
2006/11/18, Atte André Jensen <atte.jensen at gmail.com>:
> Atte André Jensen wrote:
> >> I guess it would be good to be absolutely
> >> certain that the exact same chuck that miniAudicle links to does not
> >> produce the same bugs.
> It doesn't!
> >> Additionally, try playing around with buffer
> >> sizes if you haven't already (miniAudicle accepts most of the same
> >> command line arguments as chuck, including --bufsize###). Also, do
> >> the same bugs pop up when you write the output to a file with WvOut?
> I know I promised this before, but hopefully I'll find some time over
> the weekend to try out your suggestions. Right now I'm trying to prepare
> my first 100% chuck live gig sunday :-)
> peace, love & harmony
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