[chuck-users] first query to chuck users
spencer at ccrma.stanford.edu
Tue Jul 24 22:40:02 EDT 2012
This doesn't answer your question directly, but perhaps an alternative
approach would be more appropriate in this situation.
Personally I would write the results of Matlab analysis to a file in some
structured format and then read that in from ChucK. This would be a
two-stage process (generate data file from Matlab, read in data file and
generate audio in ChucK), which makes real-time tricky/not readily
possible, but I would guess that by using Matlab in the first place you are
not terribly interested in real-time. The main advantage of OSC is its
ease-of-use in real-time scenarios, so if youre not doing real-time you
don't gain much by using it.
If you are aiming for real-time analysis+sonification, then you can ignore
this suggestion entirely!
On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 5:15 AM, Andrew Turley <aturley at acm.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 2:40 PM, Carr Everbach <ceverba1 at swarthmore.edu>
> > I'm a Swarthmore College Engineering professor trying to help a blind
> > student with data sonification (or auralization). It was suggested that
> > Matlab, which is our primary analysis language, could send OSC packets
> > UDP to chuck, which reads OSC packets and could more easily produce
> > sounds than coding directly in Matlab. Do any of you have any experience
> > with osc-mexwin, written by Andy Schmeder? The only version of this I've
> > found lacks the c-code, and contains only the dll files without
> > documentation. Matlab requires that the user know the function names to
> > import dll files and use those functions (such as osc_read and
> > Any guidance?
> I went here and looked around a little:
> The osc-mexmaci64.zip file actually has the source code, which seems
> to be cross-platform, so that should tell you the function names you
> I also found this small library that just sends OSC messages. It is
> written in Matlab, so you don't have to mess with Mex files.
> Good luck.
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