curve~ Reference

Exponential ramp generator

curve~

Examples

Arguments

value [number]

Optional

The first argument is the intitial value where the ramp starts. If a list is sent to this inlet, the first list element and/or argument represents the initial value.

time [number]

Optional

The second argument specifies the duration of time in milliseconds to reach the destination value. If a list is sent to this inlet, the second list element and/or argument represents the duration of time.

curve [number]

Optional

The third argument sets the initial curve parameter. The default value for the curve parameter is 0.

Inlets

dest [list]

In the left inlet, The number is the target value, to be arrived at in the time specified by the number in the middle inlet, ramp's time. If no time has been specified since the last target value, the time is considered to be 0 and the output signal jumps immediately to the target value. list.

time [number]

The second argument specifies the duration of time in milliseconds to reach the destination value. If a list is sent to this inlet, the second list element and/or argument represents the duration of time.

curve [number]

The third argument sets the initial curve parameter. The default value for the curve parameter is 0.

Outlets

out [signal]

The current target value, or an exponential curve moving toward the target value according to the most recently received target value, transition time, and curve parameter.

target [bang]

When curve~ has finished generating all of its ramps, a bang is sent out.

Fixed Attributes

These attributes must be set in the object box and determine the behavior of the object at runtime.

value [number] (default: 0)

The first argument is the intitial value where the ramp starts. If a list is sent to this inlet, the first list element and/or argument represents the initial value.

Dynamic Attributes

These attributes can be modified in the code during execution using the set object

curve [number]

The third argument sets the initial curve parameter. The default value for the curve parameter is 0.

dest [list]

In the left inlet, The number is the target value, to be arrived at in the time specified by the number in the middle inlet, ramp's time. If no time has been specified since the last target value, the time is considered to be 0 and the output signal jumps immediately to the target value. list.

time [number]

The second argument specifies the duration of time in milliseconds to reach the destination value. If a list is sent to this inlet, the second list element and/or argument represents the duration of time.

See Also

Name Description
curve~ Exponential ramp generator
line~ Linear ramp generator
smoothstep~ Smoothed fade of inputs
adsr~ adsr~
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