On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 12:23 PM, Iain Duncan wrote:
> Where my brain is hurting right now is making the jump between the way I
Create a buffer with the same length as the jack frame size, and the
first thing you do in your jack callback is use jack_position_t to do
the computation of how many frames make up one cycle of your phasor.
Based on the BBT info in jack_position_t, determine what "phase" of
your phasor to start with, and fill the buffer. Then you can use that
buffer to drive your loop playback, create oscillators, etc.
> What I do know, is that if I'm using Jack, I might as well make sure that
Yes, exactly. You can do this using the jack_position_t info.
> I suppose one option is to do it STK style and just treat it like single