[chuck-users] WvIn on osx and linux
jj.metzger at googlemail.com
Wed May 6 13:55:48 EDT 2009
So basically I would like to feed in floats (results from physics
simulations, e.g. position of a particle at some point) which are
stored in an array in chuck and then apply them to some parameter of a
sound (e.g. pitch, gain). Using a wav file turned out to work well for
me (writing the header and then the float data as 16bit integers in
matlab and getting floats from -1. to 1. in chuck).
Actually, thinking about it now it would possibly be even easier to
use OSC and send the data using python, but I'll also look at using
Am 06.05.2009 um 16:11 schrieb Kassen:
>> that's exactly what's happening, it works fine if I force the
>> sampling rate
>> to 44.1kHz!
> You might also want to have a look at using SndBuf and it's .valueAt(
> int index ) function.
> I'm not sure what kind of data you are using and for what purpose but
> I think that in many cases such a index will be more useful than
> playing back the file.
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