[chuck-users] WvOut format
george.locke.maxmsp at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 12:39:39 EDT 2014
just going to bump this. chuck can't record a wav! what?!
aifFilename is working, so at least I can record what I'm doing. but
srsly, ppl, this is a major bug.
On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 5:02 PM, George Locke <george.locke.maxmsp at gmail.com
> Thanks for the reply. I tried w.closeFile() (w/o the argument), and I
> tried ending the script with null @=> w; and neither has helped.
> On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 4:43 PM, Tom Lieber <tom at alltom.com> wrote:
>> This probably isn’t helpful, but I’m using the same versions of ChucK and
>> miniAudicle on OS X and the blerg.wav file looks fine.
>> I’ve had trouble generating WAV files from miniAudicle in the past, but I
>> think that was when I didn’t call closeFile() explicitly and ChucK never
>> I don’t think the argument to closeFile does anything, so I never provide
>> it. :)
>> 2014-06-10 8:34 GMT-07:00 George Locke <george.locke.maxmsp at gmail.com>:
>>> The output format of WvOut is coming out wrong. Audacity doesn't
>>> recognize it as a wav (does not recognize type, suggests import raw), and
>>> windows media player rejects it as well. Importing the file into
>>> Audacity as raw data works somewhat, but as I'm diagnosing a dc-offset, I
>>> need an exact result.
>>> here's some example code:
>>> SinOsc s => Gain g => dac;
>>> g => WvOut w => blackhole;
>>> "blerg.wav" => string file;
>>> 1::second => now;
>>> w.closeFile(file); // what is the function of the argument here? can
>>> WvOut record multiple buffers at once?
>>> I'm not so experienced with chuck but experienced in "normal" computer
>>> programming. Running miniAudicle 1.3.1 with chuck 184.108.40.206 on windows 7 pro
>>> sp1 (32 bit).
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>>> chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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