[chuck-users] chuck vs supercollider?
signal.automatique at gmail.com
Sat Aug 11 14:16:17 EDT 2012
On 11 August 2012 17:55, ronni montoya <ronni.montoya at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey ! and where can i find examples in chuck of this one sample
> feedback stuff ?
> I would like to give it a try to these kind of things in chuck and
> then compare it with supercollider.
I couldn't remember whether we had one so I made you a simple example.
Here we have a system that uses feedback over a pitch-shifter and a
Not the best example in the world, I'm sure, but I made it rather
quickly. Because of the feedback, porting this to something like SC
should sound different as a extra delay is introduced in the loop.
SinOsc s => Envelope e => PitShift p => LPF f => dac;
f => Gain feedback => p;
200 => s.freq;
.5::second => e.duration;
1.2 => p.shift;
8000 => f.freq;
.99 => feedback.gain;
.2 => dac.gain;
1 => e.value;
0 => e.target;
second => now;
As a bonus example, consider this;
Step s => dac;
100 * (now / samp) => Math.sin => s.next;
samp => now;
Here we imagine that we don't have a SinOsc yet would like to hear a
sine. Of course we do have a SinOSc and this only gets really
interesting if you substitute my boring function with your own, which
I suggest you try.
Do mind your ears, speakers and neighbours, because this kind of
experiment can and will potentially blow up.
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