[chuck-users] pieces written in ChucK
Andrew C. Smith
andrewchristophersmith at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 13:46:57 EDT 2011
Oh, you know what--I neglected to say that I actually hacked ChucK for this one. It was a while back and FileIO was still in dev stages, so I implemented some extra methods like .seek--as I recall, it didn't have random-access capabilities at that time...not sure exactly. Sorry about my memory lapse.
Anyway, the packaged zip file on my previously-mentioned page also includes a script to read and parse Scala files, either in logarithmic cents or just-tuned format. But, of course, you have to use my hacked version of mA to make it work.
On Jun 9, 2011, at 1:41 PM, Andrew C. Smith wrote:
> Hey all,
> Here's a piece I wrote that used ChucK for its DSP capabilities. Not particularly complicated, though I like the piece.
> On Jun 8, 2011, at 10:14 PM, Scott Smallwood wrote:
>> Hey Joel,
>> I recently created an 8-channel acousmatic piece with ChucK - here's a stereo version of it:
>> On 2011-06-07, at 1:16 PM, Joel Matthys wrote:
>>> I've been teaching ChucK to my Intro to Electronic Music students this quarter at CCM here in Cincinnati, and I've struggled to find recordings of pieces to play in class. I have one:
>>> Are there others out there? Is there a reason so few use ChucK for fixed-format?
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>> S c o t t S m a l l w o o d
>> composer, sound artist
>> faculty of arts, u of alberta
>> scott.smallwood at ualberta.ca
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