Wave Envelope

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- Floating envelopes can be located anywhere on the desktop for quick access.

- Envelopes for amplifier, filter, free and wave are available

- Large friendly sliders are easy to position.

- Points on the graph can be quickly dragged with the mouse or the associated sliders
  can be used.

- Visual envelope shape makes editing more intuitive.

- Restore button returns original settings (in case you get into trouble).

- Right clicking on Time and Level values resets them to 0.

- Macro sliders for Time and Level "groups" sliders and moves all sliders together.

- Right clicking on Macro sliders brings all "grouped" sliders to the same value.

- Visual representation of loop points greatly increases intuitiveness. Solid loops
  indicate backwards loops.

-  Code enforces "Loop Point Rules" to prevent unusable configurations.

- Envelope time and loop times will be displayed in seconds.

- "One Button" common presets will be created for efficient editing.

- Sliders can be "nudged" 1 step using keyboard arrows.

- Custom envelope windows now  tame the complex 8 point wave envelope into
  friendlier and more familiar controls that are much simpler to operate. New
  virtual envelopes such as: AR,  AD, DADSR, LFOs and Loopable Ramp Generators  
  (Like on the Matrix 12) are now available.

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Above is  a custom envelope which reduces the Wave Envelope to a  simple
DADSR envelope. (The red line is the sustain loop trick).

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Above is  a custom envelope which reduces the Wave Envelope to a  simple
Ramp Generator.
- The Down button determines if it ramps up or down.
- The Time slider control the ramp speed.
- The Level slider controls the start point of a down ramp or the end point of an up ramp.
- The Loop button loops the ramping effect.
- The Trigger controls resetting of the Ramp.

 

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Above is  a custom envelope which reduces the Wave Envelope to a LFO.
- Over 20 wave shapes are presently available...more are planned
- The above Envelope is a Decaying Triangle Wave form LFO with a key-on loop
  (green oval between points 2 and 8) a key-off loop also exists (purple oval
  between 4 and 8) pretty easy...right?
- The simple LFO control window is over on the right.

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