Hello, I’ve never used C++ in my life and so almost all of the vocabulary and syntax is total gibberish to me. Is there a simple way to get the bit value of a sample as a single named variable and then set the sample to a different bit value? Like I said, no idea what I’m doing. Seems like this should be a way to do it, but I can’t tell if that’s a function I can use (VSCode doesn’t seem to think so), a function definition or something else, and I don’t know how many of the arguments are necessary or what any of the variables mean.
Ultimately, my goal is to make an effect that takes the bit value of a sample, plugs it into a mathematical function and outputs the result. Also, if there’s a way to do the whole thing in Python instead of C++, please tell me how.
I realize this seems like I’m just being a lazy ass, but when I had to use C# for design class, it made me so stressed I almost dropped out. Never want to deal with C languages again.