Smooths the input signal.
What the node does:
The value of the output rises in attack time (ms) or falls in release time (ms) to the level of the input (In) signal. This smooths the signal. Can be used to customize LFO shapes, or to create different envelopes. A good example is an AR envelope, which is an envelope follower where the input is connected to a gate.
In: Input signal.
Am: Attack time modulation (ms).
Rm: Release time modulation (ms).
E: envelope output.
OA: Outputs the modulated attack time (ms).
OR: Outputs the modulated release time (ms).
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