[linux-audio-dev] Does anyone have a working example ofSupercollider and SCUM GUI where slider or a button doesreal-time update on the synth
steve at k-hornz.de
Wed May 18 16:09:57 UTC 2005
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On Wed, May 18, 2005 at 10:32:14AM -0400, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
> Now if I have:
> Out.ar(out, SinOsc.ar(freq + 100, mul: 0.5))
> This doesn't.
> Naturally, one could always put something before this
> statement to fix this, i.e.:
> freq = freq + 100;
> Out.ar(out, SinOsc.ar(freq, mul: 0.5))
> But it is still interesting why the multiplication works
> and addition doesn't.
works fine here. what value does freq have? what errors do
> Also, I noticed that on one of your SCUM example
> screenshots you are using .connect method to connect
> something, yet I was unable to locate anything of value in
> the documentation. I assume that this could be something
> similar to the signal-slot idea in Qt and/or other Widget
> languages (but obviously I may be completely off the
> mark), so I was wondering if you could please provide an
> example for that? I would really appreciate it!
SCUM did have a signal/slot mechanism, but it turned out to
> Finally, while I am on the roll with questions :-), do you
> mind also mentioning what's the current status/roadmap of
> SCUM in terms of supporting all stock Supercollider
> widgets, as I noticed that the SCUM widgets use
> non-standard names and in addition I am not sure whether
> all widgets are as of yet supported, all of which, at
> least in my experience, makes a number of sc examples
> available on the net difficult if not impossible to run in
in the upcoming release SCUM will evolve from an attempt to
provide the 'standard' SC view classes on linux to a
standalone, cross-platform server application. i agree it
was a questionable move to strive for compatibility with the
existing SC view classes in some areas, while doing things
differently in others. SCUM's heading towards total
incompatibility, so be patient :)
> Please don't get me wrong, this is not to criticize as I
> am eternally grateful for SCUM, I am simply curious as to
> what is the roadmap for the project.
there's no roadmap. work on SCUM is demand-driven, i.e. i
implement things if and when i need them, and most of the
time i don't need a gui. contributions (new view classes,
documentation) are welcome, though ...
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