From: Roger Dannenberg <rbd@cs...> - 2005-12-12 15:11:19
Nyquist is a compromise between (1) a very pure semantics where
timing is always explicit and (2) the realities of causality, finite memory,
and other implementation issues.
As a result, Nyquist makes some assumptions, e.g. sounds do not have
negative lengths, and each sound in a sequence begins after the previous
sound in the sequence.
I suspect your code to allow chunks to play in reverse order
violates some assumption in Nyquist. Perhaps Nyquist should be testing and
reporting when this happens.
Can you send me the code? Attachments show up in Audacity-nyquist
digest as BASE64 binaries rather than text, and my mail reader (Outlook)
does not know how to decode this. I'm sure I could manually cut, paste, and
decode, but time is short.
In the future, can we post either URLs or put code text in the
From: David R. Sky <davidsky@sh...> - 2005-12-12 17:26:59
thanks, that's a great idea for figuring out any future Nyquist
problems! http://www.shellworld.net/~davidsky/chunker.htm has
chunker.ny, chunker.mp3 original four-second audio, and 4 example
mp3 files of what results. Further explanations are on that page.
You can receive attachments in plain text in digests if you want.
Go to the Audacity nyquist subscription page
search for 'edit options' where you type in your email address,
then click on 'edit options'. Select 'plain text' instead of 'MIME
attachments' for digests (or something like that) from that page.
Thanks very much!. David
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