Use the average~ to perform , , or averaging on any input signal.
Sets the maximum averaging interval in samples. The default value is 100.
Sets the averaging mode, as defined in the "Messages" section. The default is.
Sets the averaging mode for the input signal.
'bipolar' ( Average input )
Sets bipolar averaging mode (default). In bipolar mode, the sample values are averaged.
'absolute' ( Average the absolute value of input )
Sets absolute averaging mode. This mode averages the absolute value of the incoming samples.
'rms' ( Root mean square input )
Sets root mean square (RMS) averaging mode. This mode computes the square root of the average of the sample values squared.
The RMS mode of the average~ object is more CPU-intensive than the bipolar and absolute modes. While RMS values are often used to measure signal levels, the absolute mode often works as well as the RMS mode in many level-detection tasks.
Common Box Attributes
Multichannel Group Attributes
The RMS mode of the average~ object is more CPU-intensive than the bipolar and absolute modes.While RMS values are often used to measure signal levels, the absolute mode often works as well as the RMS mode in many level-detection tasks.
Multichannel Group Messages
The running average value of the input signal averaged over the specified number of samples.
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