jwmatthys at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 7 09:25:58 EST 2014
You could create the sliders in Tcl/Tk and direct the output to ChucK on
the command line; there's a good example of that with the piece
"Granite09" in the PlorK repository:
Another option is to build a user interface in Processing
(http://processing.org) and send the slider values as OSC messages to
ChucK. The OSC documentation for ChucK is pretty good; there's a section
in the manual and a few samples in the examples folder.
On 02/07/2014 12:47 AM, Philipp Blume wrote:
> I am looking to implement a listener into my (very simple) ChucK
> program. I want to operate a bank of virtual sliders that send their
> position to ChucK.
> In what program/application can I build such a slider, and where in
> the ChucK API can I read up on listeners? I don't yet know my way
> around the documentation, though I do have the Kapur, Cook, Salazar, &
> Wang text which is wonderful.
> Thanks in advance!
> Philipp Blume
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