[CM] cm/supercollider working

todd ingalls testcase@asu.edu
Thu, 05 May 2005 09:53:01 -0700

Hi Michael,
Both of the ideas you mention I have been working on so I hope to have 
them out soon. Another area that should have some "higher level" things 
are buffers.

To be honest I am relatively a novice with SC, so I would love to hear 
suggestions from people about what sorts of things they would like to 
see that would make working with it easier.

On May 5, 2005, at 12:10 AM, Michael Klingbeil wrote:

> Very cool. Tried out the SuperCollider stuff on OSX and it working 
> well. It will take me a while to absorb it all, but this looks like it 
> will be extremely useful. Big thanks to Todd and Rick.
> I'm curious about the comment in the example file:
> 	More sophisticated support for envelope conversion will be 
> forthcoming.
> What are some of the plans in this area? Two ideas that come to mind:
> support for curved EnvGen segments
> another thing that might be cool would be some syntactic sugar to hide 
> the extra step of setting the node control values. scsynth definitions 
> in cm could take scalar or array (or list) values. Those that are 
> lists could then output the appropriate n_setn messages. Actually this 
> looks pretty easy to do -- just make a new class scenvsynth and then 
> implement a new write-event method. I guess it wouldn't really be 
> possible to re-import this from and .osc file, however.
> Michael
>> Todd's supercollider stuff is working in CVS now, including a nice 
>> example file: etc/examples/sc.cm.  Unfortunately his email 
>> announcement from yesterday seems to not have arrived at cmdist so Im 
>> doing it.  The code seems to work great under OSX, would be nice if a 
>> unix user would test there.  The .osc  file importing into cm will 
>> take another day or so, then will try to get realtime sc processes 
>> going in cm.
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