[chuck-users] Begin the beguine
alberto.alassio at gmail.com
Fri Sep 28 13:06:14 EDT 2012
Not using Live but I think I will to control what I'm doing in Max....I'm
learning Max as well but I really like to get something about Chuck also,
and for i'm a bit into jazz music, I find the idea of improvisation in real
time with chuck tilde object really amazing.
But now, just learning, I'm a beginner, no fun just hard work!
happy chuckin' 2 u
On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 1:16 AM, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 07:33:30PM +0200, Alberto Alassio wrote:
> > Now it does!it didnt' just because I didn't know anything about this
> > remainder ( I was thinking you made a mistake and you wanted to write
> > reminder and I was saying by myself, a reminder for what? ) but then i
> > checked it out on the web and wiki helped me.
> I can understand; after our first calculus lessons and we learn about
> decimals we tend not to encounter remainders formally, certainly not
> as something we'd like to see abbreviated as a single symbol. Once you
> get it though, that line illustrates many of the nice things of
> ChucK's way of dealing with time... and of course stuff that is
> basically like modulo operator is all around us in our day to day
> > yes its' a little complicated but yes I understand , in a easier way it
> > what happens when you push the button in Ableton live and the clip waits
> > start with another.
> Exactly. Well, starting a .ck file isn't that much harder than
> dragging in a wave into Live, I'd argue... ChucK just invites you to
> also look into the *how*, which is a bit more challenging.
> If you like Live (I personally think it is quite nice, though I
> stopped buying upgrades) you might like to see whether you can
> implement Ableton's quantise settings in ChucK, then move on to stuff
> like those "follow actions" that Live has. That kind of stuff is quite
> possible. From there on you can get more fancy.... :-)
> Happy ChucKing,
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