A pipe that can be placed both as a Generator or as a Modifier. It produces an LFO waveform, as defined by the many parameters, on the selected CC value, Channel 1. Place a Channel Remap pipe to the right of the LFO to change the channel.
If it is placed as a Modifier, it can be synchronized to the beat, as well as it can apply modulation to previous CC LFO pipes in the pipeline, and/or to the incoming CC value from the input.
See the preview at the bottom of the the Properties panel to visualize how the LFO waveform looks like.
|Bypass||Whether processing is enabled.|
|Started||Whether the LFO clock is started.|
|CC||The CC value id to use.|
|Resolution||The resolution to use. Use as low resolution as possible for your desired rate.|
|Rate||Rate of the LFO in Hz, or time units in case it is synced to the beat.|
|Phase||The phase offset of the LFO.|
|Depth||The depth of the LFO. Use 64 for full 0-127 range.|
|Waveform||The waveform of the LFO.|
|Duty Cycle||The duty cycle of the PWM wave. Not applicable to other waveforms.|
|Output Enabled||Whether the output is actually enabled. Output may be disabled while keeping the LFO clock still ticking.|
|Mode||Free running: waveform is generated freely.
Active Mod.: LFO is actively modulating (offsetting) the incoming CC value of the same id, generating new values even if incoming CC value is not changing.
Passive Mod.: LFO is passively modulating (offseting) the incoming CC value of the same id, only on receiving the actual CC value.
|Retrigger||Controls retriggering behavior - LFO waveform can be retriggered on individual notes or on chords.|
|Sync to BPM||(Only as Modifier) Whether to sync to the incoming BPM clock.|
|Retrigger on SysCommon||(Only as Modifier) Whether to retrigger on system common messages such as 'start', 'continue', 'song position pointer'.|
|Start on SysCommon||(Only as Modifier) Whether to start ticking the LFO clock on system common messages such as 'start', 'continue', 'song position pointer'.|
|Manual Retrigger||A button to manually retrigger the LFO. It can be mapped to a control which guarantees low latency to take effect as soon as the mapped control is moved.|
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