Sample level based Gate Audio Effecter.
(Live10.1 or Later)
Have you ever considered how many samples 1ms is? If the sampling rate is 48000, the number is 48 samples. If it is smaller than that, 0.1ms is 5(4.8) samples. I made this M4L to feel how much the small sampling number affects. The result was something very interesting. The difference of 0.01ms is very big. From Ver.2.0, implemented SECRET EXTENSION button and Live Device IO API to routine the gate inverse audio signal to a selected track input. You can split the input signal based on the Gate Effect!!
・Sample level based Gate Audio Effecter
・Attack, Hold, and Release ranges from 0.01ms to 50ms. This is because a small sample difference leads to a large difference.
・Flip can be changed from 0-100% instead of On/Off. As a result, 50% is in a dry state, so the Flip and dry/wet parameters were successfully integrated.
・In order to be able to pay attention to slight differences, the GUI can draw up to details at high speed. Orange and gray change with gradation linked to flip.(Orange: Sounding, Gray: not Sounding)
・Since it is necessary to perform dsp processing finer than the signal vector size, the msp object is not used and only the gen object is used.
・You can split the input signal based on the Gate Effect.
I will update sequentially like other M4L devices, look forward to it.
(The price also goes up when updating)
Ver.2.0 (2019/08/15) (Live10 or Later)
・Added a Input Gain.
・Implemented SECRET EXTENSION and Live Device IO API to routine the gate inverse audio signal to a selected track input. You can split the input signal based on the Gate Effect!!
Ver.2.1(2019/08/29) (Live10 or Later)
・The waveform display was accurately scaled to -70~0db. (Numerical values are also shown in left side)
・The displayed wave was smoothed so that the volume was accurately reflected to the scaled -70~0db left-side values.
・Removed input gain. Instead, the threshold was set to -70 ~ 0db.
・Threshold can be adjusted by dragging ⇅ the waveform display.