[chuck-users] SndBuf: setting loop

Daniel Trueman dtrueman at Princeton.EDU
Wed Oct 10 16:20:59 EDT 2007

right, there isn't a LiSa.read("filename"), and it would be super  
nice if there was one; i'll try to make that happen at some point....

for now, though, you can read a file in with SndBuf and then stuff it  
into a LiSa buffer for looping fun. i don't have time at the moment  
to hack up an example of doing this, but it should be just a matter  
of piping the output of SndBuf into LiSa for the appropriate amount  
of time; basically sampling the sample. a kludge, but should work for  


On Oct 10, 2007, at 12:25 PM, Atte André Jensen wrote:

> Kassen wrote:
>> In one word; LiSa
> Hmmm.
> I know she's not not in the docs (but in the examples). But I couldn't
> find any mention (even tried, didn't work) about
> LiSa.load("sample.wav"). Is such a thing possible or should she sample
> in realtime?
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