[chuck-users] Anyone have experience with VirtualAudioCable under windows
aturley at acm.org
Wed Nov 10 00:57:21 EST 2010
1. You need to read a file into the buffer before chucking the
channels to the dac.
// BEGIN CODE
s.chan(1) => dac.right;
s.chan(0) => dac.left;
// END CODE
2. I haven't tried Virtual Audio Cable, but I've used Jack
(http://jackaudio.org/) to do this kind of thing. You might want to
give it a try.
3. I'm not sure what you mean by "that". I think the two questions
you've asked can be addressed without using the file io goodies.
On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 5:18 PM, Rich Caloggero <rjc at mit.edu> wrote:
> I want to have chuck read a stereo input file. The only way I've been able
> to process stereo is to first separate each stereo file into two mono files,
> then manipulate these separately with two SndBuf instances.
> 1. Is there another way to do this?
> I've tried:
> SndBuf s;
> s.chan(1) => dac.right;
> s.chan(0) => dac.left;
> This compiles fine, but crashes with null pointer exception when it is run.
> 2. VIrtual Audio Cable for windows?
> THis is software that allows you to route output of any program to input of
> others. WHen I install it, winamp can find and apparently use one of these
> virtual cables as output, however how might one get chuck to use the input
> side of this cable?
> 3. I've heard of some sort of new file io class; would that help?
> Thanx much...
> -- Rich
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