[chuck-users] chuck- (chai) released

Ge Wang ge at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu Jun 15 02:11:33 EDT 2023

Dear friends,

chuck- (chai) has been released:

This is a patch release following the major chuck-1.5 release:
* fixed HID joystick input on Windows
* fixed a potential-crash-on-shutdown type system issue
* fixed binary FileIO reading of signed/unsigned integers
* improved: Math.random*() functions now internally use a standard 
Mersenne Twister random number generator (mt19937); this greatly 
improves the quality of RNG output, especially on Windows
* added support for 24-bit, 32-bit, and 64-bit WvOut audio file output
* miniAudicle (Windows and Linux) now has a "Audio driver" drop-down 
selection in the Preferences dialog window; this selections allows for 
run-time selection of different drivers: "DirectSound", "WASAPI", or 
"ASIO" on Windows; "Jack", "Pulse", or "ALSA" on Linux
* (Linux) fixed miniAudicle compilation with Qt6

Full release notes:

WebChuck and IDE have also been updated to

Also, we'd like to signal-boost Clint Hoagland's excellent video 
tutorial series, "Creating Electronic Music with Chuck":

Made in ChucK: here is a recent Stanford Laptop Orchestra concert:

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Keep on ChucKin,
ChucK Team

[chuck- contributors] Spencer Salazar, Perry Cook, Celeste 
Betancur, Andrew Zhu Aday, Marise van Zyl, Terry Feng, Nick Shaheed, 
Eito Murakami, Ge Wang, Matt Wright, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano, Nils Tonnätt

Ge Wang
Associate Professor
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA)
Department of Music (also Computer Science, by Courtesy)
Stanford University
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