[chuck-users] introduce myself
hems.inlet at gmail.com
Mon May 21 01:10:11 EDT 2012
I might be missing something, but i downloaded this ".vim" file, and it
came with some stuff i don't understand.
for instance: :ab s Sitar sit => dac;
what this ":ab s " means ?
:ab fa "/.../a.wav" => string filename;
:ab fa1 "/.../a.wav" => string filename;
what this ":ab fa / :ab fa1" means? is it some stupid conversion thing, or
am i really missing this "syntax trick"?
On 20 May 2012 21:29, Tomtom <tomtom at herbesfolles.org> wrote:
> Hello Carlo
> I haven't tried myself, but I guess it is possible - at least with vim
> in a window and a shell in another. For something more integrated, I
> suggest you to read the following thread of discussion :
> On the supercollider/chuck comparison - if you are looking at both right
> now I guess you are looking for informations on this subject too - I
> would say that supercollider is probably more powerful (more mature with
> a **lot** of things already existing), but chuck approach to audio
> programming is much easier to grasp (well, that's only my personal
> happy livecoding !
> On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 08:36:01PM +0200, Carlo Ascani wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am Carlo, from Italy.
> > I would like to start studying a programming language for musical live
> > coding purposes.
> > I am using Linux.
> > I was looking at ChucK and Supercollider.
> > My question is:
> > Is it possible to use Vim to perform live coding with Chuck ?
> > Cheers,
> > --
> > Carlo Ascani | www.carloratm.it
> > skype: carloratm
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