[flocking-users] Fwd: using flocking

Laurens van der Wee l.vanderwee at gmail.com
Thu Jan 23 12:49:08 EST 2014


that helps!
is there a doc somewhere where i could've learned about this? not
necessarily a tutorial, but just some ugen/function/method overview?

l.


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On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 6:36 PM, Colin Clark <colin at colinclark.org> wrote:

> Hi Laurens,
>
> Wow, this is cool! The sound of network latency.
>
> On Jan 23, 2014, at 12:29 PM, Laurens van der Wee <l.vanderwee at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> > repeating ajax call with timer determining pitch of sine wave.
> > is this the way to do it? -> schedule a change 'now', or is there also a
> way to do something like: synth.freq = newfreq ?
>
> It's probably simpler and more efficient not to use the scheduler if you
> are just making changes to a synth immediately. Instead, you can call
> .set() on the synth. Here's a version of your code, updated to this:
>
> http://pastie.org/8660985
>
> Synth.set() will take either a single key/value pair as two arguments like
> this:
>
> mySynth.set("carrier.freq", 440);
>
> Or an object containing multiple key/value pairs, like this:
>
> mySynth.set({
>     "carrier.freq": 440,
>     "carrier.mul": 0.5,
>     "modulator.freq": 123
> });
>
> I hope this helps,
>
> Colin
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