[chuck-users] miniAudicle crashing on Windows 10

soshiro at ccrma.stanford.edu soshiro at ccrma.stanford.edu
Thu Oct 1 15:56:48 EDT 2020

Hi Mario,

Thanks for the reply! I am actually teaching a chuck course for high 
school students and I have half mac users and half windows users. It 
seems that the mac users do not have a problem with the code below and 
it runs fine, so I don't think it is an issue with the audio file or the 
filename. I'm not a Windows user so I'm not too sure of what is causing 
the issue. Would using backslashes in the path work in miniAudicle on 
Windows? Or would miniAudicle not recognize the backslashes?


On 2020-10-01 12:42, mario buoninfante wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> Unfortunately there are cases when miniAudicle crashes instead of
> returning an error.
> I'm not sure what could cause that to happen in the code you shared. I
> don't have a Windows machine where I can check.
> The only thing that pops into my mind is the fact that Windows usually
> wants backslashes "\" instead of forward slashes "/".
> Or maybe some issues with the audio file? is the name correct?
> Cheers,
> Mario
> On 01/10/2020 17:42, soshiro at ccrma.stanford.edu wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I was wondering if anyone has had any issues with MiniAudicle crashing 
>> on Windows 10 when trying to play an audio sample it seems to crash 
>> immediately. I am using the most recent version of miniAudicle. Below 
>> is the code I am using but it seems to close out when trying to play 
>> any audio file.
>> SndBuf hihat => dac;
>> me.dir() + "/audiosamples/drums/HiHats.wav" => string hd;
>> 0 => hihat.pos;
>> 1.0 => hihat.rate;
>> 1.0 => hihat.gain;
>> hd => hihat.read;
>> 1::second => now;
>> No errors get a chance to print out to the console.
>> Thanks,
>> Scott
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