[chuck-users] FLOSS (user editable) manual for ChucK
Tomasz Kaye's brain
tomasz.brain at gmail.com
Sat Dec 5 11:23:05 EST 2009
I like the idea of providing some examples of ways that LiSa can be used.
For instance, I was wondering about the potential (and suitablility) of the
LiSa UGen as a way of recording and playing back automation data (for
driving params of other UGens), rather than for audio. Have any of you used
it in that way?
2009/12/5 Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com>
> 2009/12/5 dan trueman <dtrueman at princeton.edu>
>> i'd be happy to write some on LiSa, but i'd also love some help,
>> especially from you; i clearly only use and understand a fraction of what
>> LiSa is useful for!
> I do still have a skeleton for a LiSa-based convolution reverb lying around
> somewhere. I seem to remember it's something like 25 lines (I scary stuff).
> I'd like to also do a flanger and iir lowpass filter (I'm fairly certain
> both can be done)...
> There are two downsides to that though; I think that when taken to the
> extreme people will wonder what the rest of ChucK is good for and I also
> think that the manual should be accessible, not a leading cause for insanity
> in computer musicians.
> Mostly kidding. Ok, I do think that such examples could be useful in that
> creative LiSa-usage does potentially cover a lot of important aspects of
> more serious DSP without breaking the cpu-bank like a .last() to a sporked
> shred to a Step would. I also think that so far the docs and examples
> haven't yet covered how we can do that sort of thing in ways that would
> cause some serious issues for SC or Max. We're paying for not
> block-precessing (with purring cpu-fans) so we should probably show what
> that's actually good for.
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