> Or maybe the examples in the Nyquist manual should work without abs-env.
Most of the examples in deed DO work without abs-env. Dave hat asked me
some questions about the "time transformation" chapter in the Nyquist manual
where most of the examples there do NOT work "out of the box" in Audacity.
I stupidly have deleted the mails and can't remember the exact questions...
> The original concept of Nyquist was that everyone would write behaviors
> that could then be used in many contexts. Of course, it's much easier to
> write code that works for a particular test case (the default
> environment) than for the general case, so in practice, there's a lot of
> code that doesn't work when stretched. Also, I've found this whole idea
> of using transformations to implicitly stretch and shift is great for
> simple examples, but at some point I think it's easier to make durations
> and time very explicit in the code and dispense with inheriting
> transformations from the calling function. At least you can choose your
I'm working with all sorts of music instruments and recording machines
since nearly 30 years now and I still find every year some details
I didn't knew before.
The same way it will probably not be possible to create a sound
programming environment that really covers all imaginable
(and un-imaginable?) cases.
On the other hand, this is what makes sound and music so interesting.
We will hopefully never get bored until the end of our lives...
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