[chuck-users] SndBuf: setting loop
Daniel L Trueman (dtrueman@Princeton.EDU)
dtrueman at Princeton.EDU
Sat Oct 13 08:58:19 EDT 2007
> Yes, it's unavoidable that things like this will lead to questions,
> butquestions are good. Let's be happy so many aspects of ChucK are so
> questionable! ;¬)
and occasionally upchuckable!
> Seems like a sub-section of "cross-chucking" in
> some way
> as well. Might be functionality we should have, funny how it only
> comes up
> now in this way.
jah, it's interesting i agree, and would be nice to be able to do. it might also cause great internal chuck misery for Ge to
implement! i'm sure he'll let us know....
> would mean in the case of writing single values and it gets more
> buf.valueAt(i) +=> lisa.valueAt( i::samp);
that's pretty cool....
> That doesn't sound unreasonable to me either (basically it's a sort of
> mixing over-dub). Perhaps we should simply round to the nearest
> integersample so people who have their own opinion on what
> interpolated writes mean
> in this context can implement that themselves in ChucK?
i think for now that's the way it'll have to be, but there is at least a basic linear interpolation (or exterpolation) i could add for
the writing function that wouldn't be hard. hopefully before the next release....
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