[chuck-users] SqrOsc.width broken?

eduard aylon eduard.aylon at gmail.com
Mon Apr 21 06:53:08 EDT 2008

Hi Kassen,

I think SqrOsc is supposed to have a fixed width of 0.5. regarding  
SawOsc the documentation states that it only affects wether width <0.5  
(decreasing ramp, thus peak at 0) or  width >0.5 (increasing ramp,  
thus peak at 1).
As a side note the documentation states that Phasor has, as  well,  a  
width member, but chuck complains with class 'Phasor' has no member  


On 21 Apr 2008, at 09:24, Kassen wrote:
> Dear list,
> SqrOsc (and SawOsc as well) seem to having a issue with their .width  
> function, in particular; it doesn't work.
> PulseOsc and TriOsc are fine. It's not so clear to me how PulseOsc  
> is different from SqrIOsc aside from this (I don't hear a  
> difference, really). Depending on how "width" is seen TriOsc and  
> SawOsc may be the same as well but with different dutycycles so  
> perhaps there is no functional issue but it should probably still  
> work as advertised.
> Demo for convenience pasted below.
> Yours,
> Kas.
> SqrOsc s => dac;
> while(second => now)
>     {
>     //this bit doesn't work
>     Std.rand2f(.1, .9) => s.width;
>     } _______________________________________________
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