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The U-Smooth module allows you to take a standard or custom oscillator and feed it into the control voltage input. This allows you to take any oscillator sound you have created in your favourite sequencer and use it to control sounds by simply changing the pitch. U-Smooth does the smoothing for you, completely transparently.
U-Smooth is an integrator module. It works by taking each output from the oscillator and smoothing it to the next value. The Smoother module’s parameters work directly with the input’s parameters. You can change the sample time, smooth time, smooth amount etc.
Some of U-Smooth’s parameters effect the way the sample time is switched between the smoothing and non-smoothing ranges. The modules control voltage output controls the amount of smoothing and the sample time control controls the speed at which this is switched.
All of the module’s parameters are global, therefore they affect the entire module.
U-Smooth is based on the old DM42 module by Green Velvet and is currently being developed with Steven Schillig and Green Velvet.
All incoming signals are copied to Output 1, if you want to record the smoothed output signal you have to add the “-O 2” switch.
The module can be stopped and started multiple times by turning the switch in its sub panel. The Stop and Start buttons in the main window allow you to stop and start the smoothing.
If there are more smoothing modules connected in parallel to the same signal source, the output will be delayed by the interval between them.
No manual is included for this module.
From the root of the Sysex module folder, extract the archive to the base directory. Rename the folder sysexedit-v2.0.0.
Restart the Sysex4 Windows executable.
Ensure the U-Smooth module is selected in the Sysex4 main window.
In the “Modules” sub-window open the U-Smooth module.
Under “Other” click on “Open”.
Using the file browser, go to the folder where you extracted the zip file.
Double click on the U-Smooth.sysext file.
The module will start in the “
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The U-Smooth module takes an input in the form of a wavetable and smoothly converts it to another wavetable. This module is a follow up of the well-known U-Random module. We all know how the U-Random works, but it always gives a continuous transition between two values, sometimes the transition is also smooth, other times it is rough (for example if you listen to the U-Random while turning the input down to zero, the transition is sometimes hard). However, U-Random just goes from the input to the output, U-Smooth takes the input, smoothes it, and converts it to the output.
How does U-Smooth work?
To understand how U-Smooth works, lets have a look at an input and the output of U-Smooth.
The input and output together form a Eulerian Curve.
The Eulerian curve is generally known from calculus, and looks something like this, where each point is called a «node», and the values between the nodes (the gray area) is called an «arc».
One of the parameters of a Eulerian curve are the number of nodes (and thus the number of points) and the number of arcs. Therefore the more nodes and arcs the Eulerian curve has, the more smooth it is.
The U-Smooth module has 5 parameters which influence the smoothness of the output:
The number of nodes (i.e. the number of points). The «smoothness» of the curve is always independent of the number of nodes, but we can choose between a large number of nodes or a smooth curve.
The number of arcs. The larger the number of arcs, the smoother the curve is.
The freq. A frequency of F=1 represents a smooth curve. F=0.2 means that the curve is less smooth.
Thinness of the curve. Increasing the thickness makes the transition between two states more smooth.
The decay. The more a transition is faded, the smoother it is. If the decay is set to zero, the transition is instantaneous.
This value is the transition height. This value sets the smoothness of the transition. The problem is, that the values of the curve are absolute values. For example, if you increase the transition height of the U-Smooth module, the output of the module also goes up. But what if we want to smooth down the
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U-Smooth can smooth any value, both in In/Out and Out/In formats. It can be used to gradually fade in or out, dampen oscillating synth signals, smooth out voltage changes in an Active filter and much more. Because this module is based on the Pulse-Oscillator, it can be modified to smooth any waveform, not just synth output. U-Smooth has a wide range of controls, and it has an ultra-stretchable smooth time. It’s a great tool for creating any type of effect, from a not-smooth analog filter to an echo with a very smooth delay.
– Smooth input with a controlable smooth time.
– The control’s smooth time is based on the input itself.
– Slider and auto fade controls.
– Filter and Loop outputs.
– High-pass and low-pass filtering.
– Super-VIRTUAL: Starting with version 2.5 there is also a super-virtual version available, which acts like a super-stretchable smooth.
– The U-Dynamic module and ‘th_dynamic’ control can also be used for it.
– Input and output format can be set independently.
– You can switch between real and super-virtual smooth mode in one signal.
– Different modes available: Pulse/0; Change Value; Linear; Exponential; Power; Crescendo; V/Crescendo; Crescendo/V; Sin/Cos/Sine/Cosine; Triangle; Range; Block; Multiple Range; Triangle and Range; Out/In; Out/In and Range; Pulse-Oscillator
– Super-VIRTUAL: A super-virtual version is available. It shows the smooth time in the controls.
– Channel fader with input and output.
– Uses two values, it’s like it’s a Dual Rate input/output module.
– Master/Slave mode.
– Common, and user filter modes available.
– Sequencer mode.
– Mono or stereo output.
– An auto-configuration based on the waveform (polyphonic) and sample rate.
– TEMPLATE support.
– Library Support:
* Groove base for tracking and smoooth.
* Major: Loops
* Minor: Multi Channels
* Library: All U-models (except U-SMOOTH)
What’s New In?
– The main wave shape is deformed and smoothed using a sinu-like function (which resembles the Natural FFT function).
– This sinu-like function is controlled by a sinus-like input, and hence it is named the Input Sinu.
– The parameter named Smooth Time controls the time of the sinu-like function and therefore controls the actual smooth time.
– At low smooth times the sinu-like function will output a sinus function and at higher smooth times the sinu-like will shape the wave shape.
– If the Smooth Time is zero the sinu-like function is applied to the actual wave shape.
– The Sinu-like is applied in Frequency domain, meaning the input sinu-like is taking out the low and high frequencies and not the medium ones.
– This means that the control inputs are translated into input values that varies from 0 to 1, and then the sinu-like will add another value to the last one.
– This function is a special case of the built-in U-Random Synthesizer output smoother, but the curves are now smoother and this makes it more usable.
The module can work with different signals that have different frequency domain distribution.
– You set the Input Sinu for smooth time, and the Smooth Time control is set to the actual smooth time.
– You set the Smooth Time, and U-Smooth will smooth from the input value to the Smooth Time, as long as the Wave shape is over the Smooth Time window.
– If the Wave shape is over the Smooth Time, the output will match the input.
– If the Wave shape is not, or is under the Smooth Time window, U-Smooth will smooth the Wave shape to match the input.
– The output can be the original input, or it can be a part of a whole, i.e. apply the sinu-like function to the output from another synth module.
– The Sinu-like is applied to the wave shape and sinus windowing is applied to that output.
– After the sinu-like is calculated a sinus function is added to the output, allowing your desired output wave shape.
– The Sinu-like can be calculated by the algorithm found in the U-Random module, but U-Smooth now takes the X axis and calculates the Y axis in a much more smoothed way.
OS: Windows 10/8/8.1/7/Vista (32-bit/64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i5 Processor with a speed of 2.4GHz or higher.
Memory: 4 GB RAM (more recommended)
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450/GeForce GTX 650/GeForce GTX 750 with 2GB or higher of video memory
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
OS: Windows 10