[chuck-users] anybody still use this thing?
dianasiwiak at gmail.com
Sun Sep 4 21:23:25 EDT 2016
Welcome to ChucK! It has been around for over a decade and is being used
all over the world by researchers, academics, hobbyists, musicians, and so
forth. It's very much still a popular audio programming language. There is
an online course (which is currently out of session, but will be back in
session over the coming months). It will be available at the following
An in-depth book has recently been written by the designers of ChucK; there
is an e-book. It is available here:
This mailing list is also quite a useful tool for anyone needing assistance
or needing to report bugs. There is documentation available online, and
there are some great example files. The example files (alongside the book)
would be a great first step in learning the language.
When asking for assistance, be sure to include as much information as you
can (such as your operating system and any necessary code). Happy Chucking!
On Mon, Sep 5, 2016 at 12:23 PM, Forrest Curo <treegestalt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Also, you might consider using csound. There are various good ways to
> incorporate pieces of csound code into your Chuck programs, depending on
> your operating system, & the mailing list for it is full of knowledgable,
> helpful users & developers.
> On Sun, Sep 4, 2016 at 4:23 PM, federico lopez <fede2001 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Colton,
>> We aren'tt guru's but use chuck for learning and fun.
>> We have a program to teach programming to young boys using chuck in the
>> dancefloor, mostly live coding in our city, Medellin (Colombia, South
>> I am curious in the way you want to use chuck and will be ready to help
>> in basic issues.
>> Federico López
>> On Sun, Sep 4, 2016 at 12:01 PM, Colton Hill <colton-hill2014 at hotmail.com
>> > wrote:
>>> Yo, it's Colton. I am a 15 year old boy in the US, and I am blind. ChucK
>>> has been the only audio language I can pick up and use, thanks to it's
>>> command line support. The mini audical is completely unusable, just like
>>> other ides for things such as super collider. I do have some questions
>>> about chuck, and I was wondering if anybody still used this thing that
>>> would be willing to answer. I need a guru!
>>> chuck-users mailing list
>>> chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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