Trig1 timed trigger


Trig1.ar(in, dur)

Trig1.kr(in, dur)


When a nonpositive to positive transition occurs at the input, Trig outputs 1.0 for the specified duration, otherwise it outputs zero.


trig - trigger. Trigger can be any signal. A trigger happens when the signal changes from non-positive to positive.

dur - duration of the trigger output. (Default 0.1)



{ Trig1.ar(Dust.ar(1), 0.2) * FSinOsc.ar(800, 0, 0.5) }.play



To create a fixed duration gate

(


SynthDef("trig1",{ arg dur=0.125;

var gate;

gate = Trig1.kr(1.0,dur);

OffsetOut.ar(0,

SinOsc.ar(800, 0.3) 

* EnvGen.kr(

Env([0,0.1,0.1,0],[0.01,1.0,0.01],[-4,4],2),

gate,

doneAction: 2)

)

}).send(s);


Routine({

1.0.wait;

100.do({

s.sendBundle(0.05,["s_new", "trig1" ,-1,0,0,0,rrand(0.02,0.25)]);

0.25.wait

})

}).play(SystemClock)


)


This should sound like a continous sine wave, although it is actually a series of 0.25 second synths.

(

SynthDef("trig1",{

var gate;

gate = Trig1.kr(1.0,0.25);

OffsetOut.ar(0,

SinOsc.ar(800, 0.3) 

* EnvGen.kr(

Env([0,0.1,0.1,0],[0.01,1.0,0.01],[-4,4],2),

gate,

doneAction: 2)

)

}).send(s);


Routine({

1.0.wait;

100.do({

s.sendBundle(0.05,["s_new", "trig1" ,-1]);

0.25.wait

})

}).play(SystemClock)


)


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