[chuck-users] => now

Mario Buoninfante mario.buoninfante at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 06:03:11 EST 2020

Hi Herman,

You can use Events/MIDI/HID to advance in time.
Have a look at this chapter if you want to know more about it
In a nutshell what happens is that a MIDI event is received and that turns
into a *trigger*, so your program advances in time. Otherwise it stays
there until a MIDI even happens.
See it more as a trigger than a *time constant* if that makes sense.


On Tue, 11 Feb 2020 at 10:59, herman verbaeten <hverb54 at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm trying to understand what's really  happening in chuck.
> I thought i did untill i saw some exemples of midi.
> Normaly you can only feed time or duration into now ( e.g. 10::ms => now)
> But in case you are awaiting a midi-in message you write :
> MidiIn min;
> while (true)
> {
> min => now
> }
> So in fact do you assign the message to time? Total confusion!
> Thanks for your answer.
> Herman
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