I think I must be having a ‘bad day’
as far as i can see @yhiitming is correct,
SDL: Dly does not seem to work at all… connect a DCG to it, and it doesn’t do anything.
in fact, it also stops the Dly on the UI doing anything either.
(you would expect delay time to be SDL:Dly + SDL:Dly CV)
(ensure inputs active as relevant)
set SDL:Dly short, and then try different values in DCG:1…
expected result: DCG alter delay time
actual result : i always got same delay time,
checking cv scope on SDL:Dly showed signal correctly from DCG
@bert perhaps you could take a look? throw some light on this
edited… thanks to @yhiitming, discovered threshold only applies to gate, not env output.
similarly, as far as i can tell EFL:Thr1 is not doing anything for me…
i get an envelope output that is proportional to the input signal, but is fired regardless of what level the threshold is… i.e. id expect Thr1=1.0 to mean only the loudest signals will generate an envelop - but still very quiet signals get thru.
LFO:sn -> OUT 1/2
INP:1 -> EFL:in1
EFL:out 1-> LFO: amp
(ensure inputs enabled as required)
feed different signals into IN:1 you will hear LFO follow its envelope ( i used a plucky sounds for testing)… now alter the threshold …
expected result: threshold should mean envelope is not triggered unless audio is above a certain threshold level.
actually result: as far, as i could see it made no different at all, even making IN1 very quiet, i still got an envelop regardless of threshold level
as for -ve threshold… Id assumed/hope it would generate an inverse envelope… but for sure it’s a little unclear.