Provides a way to indicate the data about sampler loop points in a file’s “smpl” chunk. That is, information about how a sampler could loop between a sample range while playing this *.wav as a note. If a *.wav file contains a “smpl” chunk, then
Reader#sampler_info#loops will return an array of
SamplerLoop objects with the relevant info.
A value >= 0.0 and < 1.0 which specifies a fraction of a sample at which to loop. This allows a loop to be fine tuned at a resolution finer than one sample.
Constructs a new
A numeric ID which identifies the specific loop. Should be an Integer 0 or greater.
Indicates which direction the loop should run. Should either be one of the symbols
:backward, or a positive Integer. If an Integer, then 0 will be normalized to
:forward, 1 to
:alternating, 2 to
:backward. Integer values 3 or greater are allowed by the *.wav file spec, but don’t necessarily have a defined meaning.
The first sample frame in the loop.
The last sample frame in the loop.
A Float >= 0.0 and < 1.0 which specifies a fraction of a sample at which to start the loop. This allows a loop start to be fine tuned at a resolution finer than one sample.
The number of times to loop. Can be an Integer 0 or greater, or Float::INFINITY. A value of 0 will be normalized to Float::INFINITY, because in the file format a value of 0 means to repeat the loop indefinitely.
InvalidSamplerLoopError if the given arguments can’t be written to a *.wav file.
# File lib/wavefile/sampler_loop.rb, line 40 def initialize(id: required("id"), type: required("type"), start_sample_frame: required("start_sample_frame"), end_sample_frame: required("end_sample_frame"), fraction: required("fraction"), play_count: required("play_count")) type = normalize_type(type) if play_count == 0 play_count = Float::INFINITY end validate_32_bit_integer_field(id, "id") validate_loop_type(type) validate_32_bit_integer_field(start_sample_frame, "start_sample_frame") validate_32_bit_integer_field(end_sample_frame, "end_sample_frame") validate_fraction(fraction) validate_play_count(play_count) @id = id @type = type @start_sample_frame = start_sample_frame @end_sample_frame = end_sample_frame @fraction = fraction @play_count = play_count end