[chuck-users] problems with chubgraphs
signal.automatique at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 14:58:54 EDT 2012
On 29 August 2012 19:53, Robin Haberkorn <robin.haberkorn at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Also thinking about Chugens, could someone comment on the performance
> aspect of using them for audio-rate processing (in comparison to a
> traditional 1::samp loop, e.g. in a Chubgraph)?
I think the ChubGraph just encapsulates a set of UGens.
ChuGins should be about as fast as UGens. Exactly how fast that is
will -of course- depend on the programmer and the compiler.
How much faster a more involved GhuGin will be than a series of more
simple UGens performing the same task will depend on how much this
task can be simplified when we put it in a single object. I'd only do
this is situations where performance is really critical or where you
anticipate you'll re-use a given technique a lot.
Interestingly it turned out that ChuGins can out-perform regular
UGens; Caspar's interpolating delay seems to out-perform the most
similar UGen. How that is possible, considering that Caspar is using
more high quality interpolation is still a bit unclear.
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