[chuck-users] Envelope.rate() READ
gelfmuse at gmail.com
Thu Jun 19 01:13:06 EDT 2008
Yes, I think that makes much more sense, for what it's worth.
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 9:03 PM, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fellow ChucKists,
> Envelope.rate() is a read-write function so I thought I'd try to use it to
> detect the current movement of a envelope, like this:
> Envelope e => blackhole;
> now + 3::second => time later;
> while(now <later)
> 10::ms => now;
> It now turns out that .rate(), when read from, reports the rate of change
> Envelope had when it was last set to a target, not necessarily it's current
> rate of change (which may well be 0).
> I'd like to propose this behaviour to be changed towards Envelope always
> reporting it's current rate of change.
> Because Envelope is a part of the STK we may need to be careful with that
> as other Ugens inherit from it so such changes might affect those. Still;
> there are a few STK Ugens that are on The List to have a look at because of
> their envelope (probably ADSR) based behaviour anyway. Stricktly speaking
> this change could break some ChucK code as well but I find it hard to
> imagine situations where the current behaviour is more usefull then my
> proposed change.
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