Hey everyone I want the loop argument for groove to output a bang when it has finished its first cycle to trigger an amplitude envelope using function. Is this possible? or will I have to use a metro to a counter object to out put the bang message?
awesome thank you so much for that I really need to understand trapezoid I've looked into it but haven't used it before with those arguments you are using at the moment what type of waveform are they producing? (Sorry for sounding daft)
Just have a quick glance at the helpfile for [trapezoid~]: it's a trapezoidal wavetable, and the 2 arguments (usually between 0. and 1.) dictate the phase position of the up and down ramps, effectively allowing you to slope those two ramps; you can also set the amplitude using the message [hi $1].
Look at [curve~] too
Check out youtube (ronnie9253) for my groove-grain tutorials; a bit out-dated but might be useful
ya, seejayjames is right, better to stay in signal domain if you can(also relieves scheduler...)
in case it helps, for this:
"....without these three chained-together objects, but hey, they work great."
while this is a time-proven technique for reading start/end of any kind of phasor-like signal, unlike phasor~, groove~'s sync outlet does actually go to 1., so you can whittle those three down to just 2, [==~ 1.] and [edge~] in case it helps:
for the original question, Brendan's answers are also great! yay trapezoid!