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    æ̹̯̅͆̇͞͞vanstapler
    @Magikarp_twitter
    Damn dude
    That was an intense moment
    I think I already use this?
    ævan.0π.com
    @evanstapler
    Sup
    ævan.0π.com
    @evanstapler
    i'm trying to make a pirate radio station.mp3 and i need as much help as i can get http://xn--van-xla.com
    Ebmtranceboy
    @Ebmtranceboy
    I don't see a relation between spell-music and pirate radio and your link is dead. Be more specific
    ævan.0π.com
    @evanstapler
    i dream of a radio station where the music can be modulated by each listener, contributing to a larger theme in a crowd-sourced performance
    i want to find people who share this idea of "modular music"
    the best i've found is @ampme app and a few bluetooth theremin-like synths
    Ebmtranceboy
    @Ebmtranceboy
    that's a nice idea. You could provide sliders happy/sad, slow/fast to influence trends. I've heard someone on the csound mailing list having programmed an automated radio without interaction except the kind of music trance/jazz/... see https://algorythmradio.com/ . Maybe you could exchange together
    æ̹̯̅͆̇͞͞vanstapler
    @Magikarp_twitter
    that's a nice idea. You could provide sliders happy/sad, slow/fast to influence trends. I've heard someone on the csound mailing list having programmed an automated radio without interaction except the kind of music trance/jazz/... see https://algorythmradio.com/ . Maybe you could exchange together
    @Ebmtranceboy
    I had a very peculiar experience a couple nights ago when I attempted to try that website out
    apparently there's an older .net version too lol
    I'm looking forward to participating, although I haven't been able to reach out to the site operator
    just to make anyone aware: i acquired a 5 watt FM transmitter yesterday, along with some big AIRCOM box (signal tester??) and other various EMF spectrum modulators
    ævan.0π.com
    @evanstapler
    Good morning. I'm a diagnosed schizophrenic with synesthesia symptoms. I'm very much interested in helping people use technology with newfound accessibility features I've worked on. I will be starting a nonprofit to raise awareness, reach me at C12@ævan.com or evan@ævan.com. I can also be reached via phone at 9373031420, or twitter @magikarp. For an example of my symptoms, please see my youtu.be/evanstapler . Thank you for your time.
    æ̹̯̅͆̇͞͞vanstapler
    @Magikarp_twitter
    sup
    æ̹̯̅͆̇͞͞vanstapler
    @Magikarp_twitter
    I'm currently broadcasting @ 88.9 MHz via FM radio if anyone can boost my signal from a distance. Here's my location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/IC65KuiRNxPm1Pnr2
    Axel
    @pelagisk

    Hello! I am a beginner in Haskell, coming more from mathematics, Overtone/Supercollider and composing with modular synthesizers. csound-expression so far seems very promising to me, and I would like to thank you for creating this wonderful library! I have a few questions which I was unable to answer with the tutorial: I would like to do function composition to create effect chains (and perhaps also branch effects). However some effects have signatures like ... -> Sig -> SE Sig2while others have ... -> Sig -> SE Sig. How do I deal with this specific case and a function to put the Sig into a Sig2or the other way around? As an example of such an attempt at function composition which does not work:

    snare = at (hp 1000 10 . chorus 0.1 0.2 0.1) $ mul (adsr 0.01 0.4 0 0) pink

    Also (I may simply have missed this), is there a way to have buses or use things like Jack with csound-expression?

    Ebmtranceboy
    @Ebmtranceboy
    @pelagisk you can get what you want by
    snare = at (hp 1000 10) . at (chorus 0.1 0.2 0.1) $ mul (adsr 0.01 0.4 0 0) pink
    Axel
    @pelagisk
    @Ebmtranceboy very clear, thanks!
    Ebmtranceboy
    @Ebmtranceboy
    Furthermore Sig2 type is just an alias of (Sig,Sig).
    Axel
    @pelagisk
    ah so I just fmap fst for mono?
    Anton Kholomiov
    @anton-k
    There is a function
    toMono :: Sig2 -> Sig
    fromMono :: Sig -> Sig2
    Axel
    @pelagisk
    better, thanks
    Axel
    @pelagisk

    what is the best way to combine scores and playback of samples? My current approach is:

    clap :: D -> SE Sig2
    clap _ = runSam bpm $ wav1 "clap.wav"
    
    mkpattern :: [Int] -> Sco D
    mkpattern lst = mel $ map (\i -> if i == 0 then rest 1 else temp (double 1.0)) lst
    
    clapp :: Sco (Mix Sig2)
    clapp = sco clap $ mkpattern [0,0,1,0,0,0,1,1]
    
    -- then run `dac $ mix clapp`

    but I would ideally like to work with samples like with Csound.Sam like I can do with scores? Maybe there is a good way scores and samples are separated in this way?

    Ebmtranceboy
    @Ebmtranceboy
    maybe you can try pat' ?
    dac $ loop $ mel [lim 8 $ pat' [1, 0.5, 0.25, 0.1] [1] (wav1 "../sample/kick1.wav"), rest 8]
    Axel
    @pelagisk

    the problem is that pat' has signature

    pat'  :: [Csound.Typed.Types.Prim.D]  -> [Csound.Typed.Types.Prim.D] -> Sam -> Sam

    and that I want it to work with type Scosomehow

    Ebmtranceboy
    @Ebmtranceboy
    He will confirm but Anton is not very pleased with Sco as it is atm. Maybe schedu le some events ?
    Anton Kholomiov
    @anton-k
    @pelagisk In theory you can render Scores to signal (mix . sco) and then pack it to sample (toSam | limSam)
    Though I guess that the function like scaling wouldn't work across the rendered scores..
    Anton Kholomiov
    @anton-k
    Actually in your example you can read the sample with plain function like:
    readSnd :: String -> (Sig, Sig)
    
    clap :: D -> SE Sig2
    clap _ = return $ readSnd "clap.wav"
    or there are some wariants that rescale with bpm

    like this one:

    loopRam, readRam :: Fidelity -> TempoSig -> PitchSig -> String -> Sig2

    though they expose a bit more params than wav1

    Axel
    @pelagisk
    That is slightly better, thanks!
    Vladislav Sabanov
    @willbasky
    Hi all!
    i try the library.
    And there are some quistions.

    dac $ testDrone $ cpspch 4.02 works. There is sound.
    ticks doesn`t work, no sound. And no error:

    dac $ nticks [3,2,3] 135
    0dBFS level = 32768.0
    --Csound version 6.10 (double samples) 2018-01-27 
    [commit: none]
    libsndfile-1.0.28
    UnifiedCSD:  tmp.csd
    STARTING FILE
    Creating options
    Creating orchestra
    closing tag
    Creating score
    rtaudio: ALSA module enabled
    rtmidi: ALSA Raw MIDI module enabled
    
    csound command: Segmentation fault
    end of score.              overall amps:      0.0
               overall samples out of range:        0
    0 errors in performance
    Elapsed time at end of performance: real: 0.253s, CPU: 0.002s

    What should i do to hear sound from ticks?

    ticks or nticks doesn`t matter. And some other functions behave like that.
    Vladislav Sabanov
    @willbasky
    And where has library Csound.Patch moved?
    Vladislav Sabanov
    @willbasky
    there is no sound here also:
    dac $ repeatSnd 3 $ leg 1 2 0 0 * osc 220
    0dBFS level = 32768.0
    --Csound version 6.10 (double samples) 2018-01-27 
    [commit: none]
    libsndfile-1.0.28
    UnifiedCSD:  tmp.csd
    STARTING FILE
    Creating options
    Creating orchestra
    closing tag
    Creating score
    rtaudio: ALSA module enabled
    rtmidi: ALSA Raw MIDI module enabled
    
    csound command: Segmentation fault
    end of score.              overall amps:      0.0
               overall samples out of range:        0
    0 errors in performance
    Elapsed time at end of performance: real: 0.252s, CPU: 0.002s
    Anton Kholomiov
    @anton-k

    Hi, Vladislav! Sorry for late reply I was away in the mountains, no computers available.

    I've tried nticks and it works for me. I guess that problem is with version of Csound compiler that you use.
    The code indicates: csound command: Segmentation fault

    I'm using:

    --Csound version 6.10 (double samples) Dec 18 2017
    [commit: 63b19f63a8d41005747f5d41fef3d82f23bf1d3c]

    right now and all your code snippets work with it

    If you compile Csound from sources it's better to compile from master branch,
    not develop

    The module Csound.Patch is a part of the library csound-catalog
    so if we install only csound-expression this module is not available for us.

    I guess you can try to update cabal source list and install csound-catalog:

    cabal update
    cabal install csound-catalog
    O'Brien
    @Frequent-Clicker
    Hi Anton, would you still recommend the learning resources you linked to from your GitHub for a complete beginner? thanks!
    Anton Kholomiov
    @anton-k
    Hi! What resources do you mean?
    O'Brien
    @Frequent-Clicker
    In your readme file it contained links labeled things like "introduction" I assumed these were helping resources?
    csound knowledge is not mandatory but it often help, there are many parallels