[chuck-users] How can a non-programmer start to make use of Chuck?

Bastian Schumacher bastian.schumacher at yahoo.de
Sun Feb 8 18:06:20 EST 2009

Hi Mark

this Video
helps to get started. It´s pretty easy to play back a sinewave (as  
shown in the video). Add a falling pitch modulation - then you can  
make your first kick drum experiments.



Am 08.02.2009 um 21:05 schrieb Mark Knecht:

> Hi all,
>    I've been thinking for a while that I'd like to try out a tool  
> like Chuck.
>    I'm on an AMD64 Gentoo platform it seems that Chuck is my best bet.
> I've started scanning the chuck-users list to get familiar with what
> sort of discussions happen here - and they are interesting - but as I
> am more of musician than a programmer I'm wondering how I might
> attempt to get to know Chuck better? To start exploring I've built
> Chuck- from portage and am building miniaudicle now. Neither
> has yet made a sound.
>    I *think* (but am not sure) that I'd like my first exploration to
> be in the area of using Chuck to create rythmic patterns of sort of a
> break-beat nature using noise generators and filters as the sound
> source. This is not something I'm set up to do with any of my other
> tools in Linux or Windows so if I was successful it would add another
> tool to my tool box.
>    I'm wondering whether more experienced folks:
> 1) Think this is a reasonable goal?
> and
> 2) Might have suggestions about how I'd get started?
>    Thanks in advance for any comments and ideas.
> Cheers,
> Mark
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