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== Setting up ChucK with Myro ==
 
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ChucK:
 
* '''[http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/release/ Download ChucK]'''.  
 
* '''[http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/release/ Download ChucK]'''.  
 
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* Upgrade Myro.
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SimpleOSC: should come with the upgrade, so these steps are probably not required:
 
* '''[http://www.ixi-audio.net/content/body_backyard_python.html Download SimpleOSC library for Python]''' (the very last link on the page)
 
* '''[http://www.ixi-audio.net/content/body_backyard_python.html Download SimpleOSC library for Python]''' (the very last link on the page)
 
** On Windows:
 
** On Windows:

Revision as of 17:38, 31 October 2008

Setting up ChucK with Myro

ChucK:

  • Download ChucK.
    • On Windows:
      • Get the Windows executable (first link in windows section)
      • Put bin\chuck.exe in c:\windows\system32\ (despite the system's hesitation)
      • You should now be able to run chuck from the command line (e.g. enter "chuck --help")
    • On other platforms:
    • ChucK is a specialized audio programming language, to which the sound synthesis part is "outsourced".


Myro:

  • Upgrade Myro.


SimpleOSC: should come with the upgrade, so these steps are probably not required:

  • Download SimpleOSC library for Python (the very last link on the page)
    • On Windows:
      • Install by typing python setup.py install in the command line, or by copying the osc folder into c:\python2.x\lib\site-packages\
    • On other platforms:
      • Enter python setup.py install in the terminal
    • Open Sound Control (OSC) provides a way to communicate between Python and ChucK.


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