[RTcmix-discuss] TRANS documentation (duration)
brad at music.columbia.edu
Tue Dec 26 10:35:33 EST 2006
It is the absolute duration (no transposing factored in) that you
will write on the output, i.e. the amount of sound you will read
prior to transposing. You would have to compensate for the
transposed duration change in your scorefile.
On Dec 26, 2006, at 10:29 AM, Christopher Bailey wrote:
> Hello all,
> So . . .what is the deal with TRANS duration parameter? Is it the
> duration of the original sound bit, before one transposes it, or
> the desired duration (after transposing)?
> Have I asked this question before? I feel like I change my opinion
> on it every year or so.
> Anyway, it's driving me nuts. . . just now I determined that it's
> desired final duration (after transposing), but can that really be
> right? If so, I've been doing it wrong in my wacky LISP-'virtual-
> instrument' code for 4 years . . . .
> C Bailey
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