[chuck-users] STK Modulate -- does it work?
ixemul at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 11:49:08 EDT 2008
That was fast! I actually tried that but without the s.sync -- hadn't
really noticed that in the docs but it definitely opens some doors :-)
Thanks very much for clearing it up for me
So I have one other question -- can this be used with with STK instruments
that (don't appear to) have a sync member?
On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 11:09 AM, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com>
> Hi, Chris!
>> Wondering if someone can explain STK Modulate to me; I just don't seem to
>> get it!
> I believe you may be a bit confused and that Modulate is meant as something
> to "modulate" other things with, like a LFO in traditional synths, not as
> something to be "modulated", then listened to, though of course if the
> ampiltude and frequencty would be set to apropriate values you could listen
> to it as well.
> Here's a small example I cooked up for you. Note I'm using sync(2) for FM
> modulation, adding m's output to s's frequency. When controlling other Ugens
> or more advanced structures you may want to periodically poll m.last().
> Modulate m => SinOsc s => dac;
> 2 => s.sync;
> 20 => m.vibratoGain;
> 2 => m.vibratoRate;
> 50 => m.randomGain;
> minute => now;
> Hope that helps,
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