I don't do a lot of synthesis so I haven't scratched my beard over this question much yet. Usually I am merely doing some kind of trapezoidal declickification and that is it. Now I am trying to play some synthesized tones (cycle~ for now) and be able have various envelops for it.
I want to be able to produce short blips and bleeps as well as long drones that fade in and out super slowly. In short I want a variety of attacks and durations.
It strikes me that there probably many strategies for this. Using line~ or using number~ or using the function~ jibby into line~ or trapezoid or curve with presets. So this is where a LONG max layoff, old school stupidity meets option paralysis.
What is a good, performable (let us say using your laptop live, sans MIDI) strategy for managing various amplitude envelopes elegantly?
Amateur hour, i know. I sheepishly ask for your guidance and wise council oh wise list….