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Convolver


Name

Convolver:

image:convolver_expanded.png

8752
convolver

Description

The Convolver Agent is EigenD's built-in convolution engine plug-in. Within the EigenD Factory Setups it is used most often in conjunction with the Cello Oscillator, but can also be used standalone to provide effects such as a convolution reverb.

Ports

Left Audio input

  • Name:

118 1118 116
left audio input

  • Input
  • Type: Number
  • Range: -1 to 1

The left audio input receives left channel audio signals from upstream Agents.

Right Audio input

  • Name:

121 1118 116
right audio input

  • Input
  • Type: Number
  • Range: -1 to 1

The right audio input receives right channel audio signals from upstream Agents.

Dry gain

  • Name:

8655 775
dry gain

  • Input, Set
  • Type: Number
  • Range: -24 to 24
  • Default: 0

The level of the dry (unprocessed) signal in db.

Wet gain

  • Name:

8656 775
wet gain

  • Input, Set
  • Type: Number
  • Range: -24 to 24
  • Default: 0

The level of the wet (processed) signal in db.

Enable

  • Name:

5584
enable

  • Input, Set
  • Type: On/Off
  • Default: On

The Enable port turns the convolver on or off - when turned off the effect is bypassed.

Mono

  • Name:

1137
mono

  • Input, Set
  • Type: On/Off
  • Default: Off

The Mono port is used to enable or disable mono processing within the Convolver.

Enable time input

  • Name:

5584 1147 116
enable time input

  • Input, Set
  • Type: Number
  • Range: 0 to 100000
  • Default: 100

The Enable Time Input determines how long (in milliseconds) it takes to fade in and out when enabling and disabling.

Left Audio Output

  • Name:

118 1118 125
left audio output

  • Output
  • Type: Number
  • Range: -1 to 1

The left audio output is normally used to send left channel audio signals from the Convolver to downstream Agents.

Right Audio output

  • Name:

121 1118 125
right audio output

  • Output
  • Type: Number
  • Range: -1 to 1

The right audio output is normally used to send right channel audio signals from the Convolver to downstream Agents.

Nouns

Impulse:

An Impulse refers to the internal representation of an Impulse Response within the Convolver (as opposed to a reference to a particular Impulse Response), and something you could 'browse' for example.

Verbs

Choose:

122
choose

The 'choose' verb is used to select the currently selected impulse response in the EigenBrowser as the 'impulse' within the Convolver, or to select an impulse response with a particular Belcanto name.

Examples

Before using the Belcanto examples below, make sure you have the desired Convolver in the conversation using

8752 ? 1131
convolver X listen

where X refers to the number of the desired Convolver.

Setting the dry level

To set the dry level, use

8655 775 23 ? 67
dry gain to X set

where X is the desired gain value.

Setting the wet level

To set the wet level, use

8656 775 23 ? 67
wet gain to X set

where X is the desired gain value.

'Set' enable

To set enable, use

5584 67
enable set

'Un set' enable

To 'un set' enable, use

5584 6 67
enable un set

'Set' mono

To set mono, use

1137 67
mono set

'Un set' mono

To 'un set' mono, use

1137 6 67
mono un set

Setting the value of the enable time input

To set the enable time value, use

5584 1147 116 23 ? 67
enable time input to X set

where X is the value of the desired enable time.

Choosing an Impulse

To choose an Impulse from the EigenBrowser, making sure you have the EigenBrowser open, use

8777 8716 8752 ? 5
eigenbrowser , convolver X hey

8753 413
impulse browse

where X is the name of your desired Convolver. To choose an impulse with a predefined Belcanto name, use

8777 8716 8752 ? 5
eigenbrowser , convolver X hey

? 122
Y choose

where X is the number of the desired Convolver, and Y is the desired Belcanto name.

See also