[chuck-users] ChucK Soft Studio Mixer

Stephen Sinclair radarsat1 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 12:59:19 EDT 2009

Possibly something like JACK is the right solution for this.  (Allows
transmitting audio streams between programs.)

ChucK can be compiled for JACK, at least on Linux.


On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 6:30 AM, Les Hall <inventor-66 at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi, I would like to run separate ChucK programs and combine their audio
> streams with a ChucK mixer program.  To do this, I would send each audio
> output to dac.chan(n), where n could be a large-ish number like 8 or 16 or
> something like that.  Then I would write a mixer program that combined these
> separate audio streams into just dac.left and dac.right, with adjustable
> gain/attenuation on each channel and an n-to-2 switch matrix.
> Sounds good, but when I try it I am only able to use the physical dac
> channels that I have with are dac.chan(0) and dac.chan(1).  In other words,
> I am disappointed to learn that there are no virtual dac channels.  So now
> I'm not sure if what I really need is a physical multi I/O USB interface or
> maybe a hardware mixer or whatever.  How can I route multiple signals within
> ChucK between processes?  Seems like this should be easy to do...  OSC?  I
> dunno, enlighten me please.
> Thanks,
> Les
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