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== Applications ==
 
== Applications ==
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* Scanning (on tempo) through discrete sets such as slices, notes of a scale, clock divisions/multiplications, etc.
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* Causing a threshold to be exceeded (and then something to happen) based on the count of another trigger source.
  
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==

Revision as of 06:19, 7 July 2018

Applications

  • Scanning (on tempo) through discrete sets such as slices, notes of a scale, clock divisions/multiplications, etc.
  • Causing a threshold to be exceeded (and then something to happen) based on the count of another trigger source.

Description

The Counter unit counts up (or down, depending on the step value) from a start value to a finish value. A trigger at the input of the unit (i.e. coming from the left) will cause add the step value to the current output value of the unit. If the resulting output value exceeds the finish value then depending on the Wrap? setting, the Counter's output value will either wrap back around to the start value, or, stop. A trigger on the reset parameter will cause the output value to return the start value.

Parameters

input

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Behavior
Threshold no threshold (-1 to 1) trigger


reset

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Behavior
Threshold yes threshold (-1 to 1) trigger


start

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes bias (0 to 256)

gain (-10 to 10)

integer


step

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes bias (-32 to 32)

gain (-10 to 10)

integer


finish

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes bias (1 to 256)

gain (-10 to 10)

integer


gain

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes bias (-10 to 10)

gain (-10 to 10)

linear