[chuck-users] ugens of type 'DAC' have no input
dtrueman at Princeton.EDU
Sat Feb 20 08:24:53 EST 2010
oh, and when running stuff in the Terminal, try the --blocking flag,
which we've found to be essential for many things... this has helped
in particular with programs that use the tilt sensor, which is a
surprising CPU hog.
On Feb 17, 2010, at 4:09 PM, David Loberg Code wrote:
> The following error keeps popping up (seemingly randomly) when
> launching shreds in mini-Audicle (0.2.0 gidora)
> "ugens of type 'DAC' have no input"
> This seems absurd that the DAC can't accept input.
> It is happening on multiple MacBooks (2.13 GHz intel Core 2 Duo. OS
> X 10.5.8) with different shreds.
> I can launch the programs from Terminal, but some of them don't
> function correctly in that environment (particularly things dealing
> with the tilt-sensor).
> David Loberg Code
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