Note "clicking" interruptions...


    Mar 06 2006 | 3:11 pm
    I'm working on a small additive synth:
    Going well, but my problem is that because the MIDI input is simply banging an amplitude envelope on a continually sounding oscillator, if I interrupt the current cycle through the amplitude envelope with a new note, there is a clicking sound due to the sudden discontinuous drop or rise in volume.
    How can I avoid this without using polyphony?
    Somehow I need the current amplitude value to run smoothly to the new one when noteon is received. Any thoughts?

    • Mar 07 2006 | 12:41 am
      rampsmooth~ ?
      mz
    • Mar 09 2006 | 11:16 pm
      Are you using adsr~ ?, there are legato and retrigger modes explained in the help file. Should get you going... Elsewise send the patch, there are about a zillion ways to create clicks, and another zillion solutions to avoid them. But as nobody can know how you manage to create the click, there are only guesses how to avoid them...
      Stefan
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