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    Hello,

    Some requests I'd like to see:

    EnvFollower:
    - longer release times
    - a hold stage
    - a trigger/gate output


    Scale and offset
    - negative scale values (I know I can do it with the other module - signalproc - but it would be nice to be able to do it here)


    CV delay
    - to slightly delay CV signals


    thanks for considering

    best

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    Originally posted by steff3 View Post
    EnvFollower:
    - longer release times

    Scale and offset
    - negative scale values (I know I can do it with the other module - signalproc - but it would be nice to be able to do it here)
    Done. Those are easy, just tweaking the parameters...

    Originally posted by steff3 View Post
    EnvFollower:
    - a hold stage
    - a trigger/gate output
    Well, any module with a gate/trigger input can accept an
    arbitrary CV signal and interpret it as a gate or trigger
    as necessary (see: http://www.five12.com/doc/gateSeq.html)
    In the case of the Env Follower, you'll probably
    need to use the Scale&Offset to set a threshold (offset by
    some negative value, so the 'floor' becomes an acceptable
    level for triggering).

    To get a hold, you should use an Envelope: Setup
    an EnvFollower/Scale&Offset combo to generate the
    triggering signal, feed that into the Envelop, then adjust
    the Envelope stages to get the results you're looking for.

    Also, if you want to 'steady' or 'normalize' the output of the
    EnvFollower, you could use the SignalProc module to scale
    it up and clip the maximum value so that you get a flattened
    response. In fact, you can probably tweak it so that the
    output resembles a gate signal more than a smoothed
    audio signal.

    Originally posted by steff3 View Post
    CV delay
    - to slightly delay CV signals
    That's on my list.... Btw, for some applications, you might be able
    to get the behavior you want out of the Sample&Hold, when using
    it as a shift register. It only delays single values, but with an appropriate
    trigger (usually a GateSeq), you get complete control over the delay length.

    Cheers,
    Jim

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