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Chip's Final Project: ChucKscape


What is ChucKscape?

ChucKscape is a visual environment created for the purpose of exploring the world of sound and ChucK. While it possesses limited functionality compared to the actual ChucK language that it visually represents, ChucKscape is a great learning tool for new users to learn about unit generators in ChucK within a controlled system or for veteran h4x0rz to play around with sound. For users of any level, it facilitates sound synthesis while combining an aesthetic and vaguely intuitive appeal. Sonic artists and neophytes alike can enjoy the effects created by combining simple elements in interesting ways. Combine multiple oscillators at different frequencies to create chords. Add delays or filters to create cool sounds. Use the ADC to feed in your own stuff. With many different elements and infinite ways to connect them, the possibilities are endless! Now stop reading this and get ChucKscaping...

Download ChucKscape

Get the code at

In it, you will find everything you need except for Processing and the newest version of ChucK

  • Warning: YOU MUST HAVE THE LATEST VERSION OF CHUCK. dynamically allocates arrays. Older versions can't do this.

Check out the README first!!!!!!! It has a tutorial and troubleshooting section