1, toggle-able through a trigger input. When the trigger input receives a value above the trigger threshold, the output is toggled. The Node will remember its output while it remains placed and AudioNodes open.
|Trigger||Toggles output, as specified by the Trigger mode setting.|
|Trigger mode||Sets how the Trigger input toggles output:ToggleThe output is toggled when Trigger input increases above 0, but remains unchanged otherwise (e.g. while the input is steadily above 0).Signed-toggleThe output is set to 0 when the Trigger input becomes negative, and set to 1 when Trigger Input becomes positive, but remains unchanged otherwise (e.g. while the input is either steadily above 0 or steadily below 0).|
|Threshold||Sets the minimum distance from zero for input to count as a non-zero value (exclusive). For example, if set to |
|Auto reset||When set, reset output to 0 before starting playback.|
|Value||The current value of the Node (0 or 1).|
This Node has up to 256 samples of latency.
Limitations & Known Issues
Currently, latency can occasionally increase above 256 samples during live playback, when a heavier task is being carried out in AudioNodes. This problem is not present when rendering to a file from the Export page. Extremely short spikes in the Trigger input may occasionally not take effect (such as those caused by an audible audio signal).