This is an example of how to use the Python SoundObject to build a GUI
and also how to read those values from another soundObject. The way
this example should be used is:
1)Open the file, generate a CSD to screen once to get the UI to open
up and then close the CSD screen
2)Mute the top soundLayer so that the UI built in that soundObject
just remains around
3)move the sliders and try generating a CSD and notice the values are
brought into that object
The sliders are upside down, and there isn't that much going on in the
example, but it's a proof of concept. I'm not sure how useful this
would be in the end, but perhaps a trick worth filing away that could
be useful in the future.
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