[chuck-users] Bulk handling of multiple instances

karl petermichl audioworld at gmail.com
Sat Jan 13 19:40:31 EST 2007

Dear chuck-community,

My name is kar,I am a freshly converted Chukee from Vienna, Austria, Europe.
Let me first thank and praise the authors of this language, the community (I
went thru the WIKI, the forum and the Archives of this list), and the
relaxed as well as funny and intelligent integration of wisdom in the
comments and the code….
My first question is: I want to create MANY instances of a UGEN, e.g. a
Blit, and route all those (lets say 20) thru their own pan2. each should be
instaneated, modulated and mixed independently to the total mix. So I tried
many ways to automatically create 20 Blits via Arrays, or to access in a
loop the frequency of all the Blits, but so far without success. I do not
want to write endless lines of code, where I manipulate each instances
separately, but I thought I can write a function with an increment to do
this in a loop over all the instances.
I would need something like a conceniation of strings, to have the "body" of
a string the same, and add a variable to it to create the effective name of
an instance or access the member of an instance:
//gain g=>dac;
//for (0=>int i; i<=20; i++) {Blit "b+i" => g;}
Where i would be a running number, or a string from an array. But it seems
there are no mechanisms for stitching together names…
I tried many variants of notation to combine the letter b with a number out
of a variable to create a valid name...

I also tried the following variant via an array of strings with no success:
//gain g=>dac;
//["b1","b2","b3","b4","b5","b6", "b7","b8", "b9", "b10"] @=> string arr[];
//for (0=>int j; j<10; j++) {Blit arr[j] =>g;}
//for (0=>int j; j<10; j++) {0.0001=>arr[j].freq;}
//for (0=>int j; j<10; j++) {1=>arr[j].harmonics;}

Is there a way to do this? Thank you very much for your time,

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