The Min Node is a simple comparator Node that outputs the value of its smallest input. It supports a variable number of inputs.
The Min Node has a variable number of audio or control signal inputs (up to 24 inputs). Configure this using the Number of Inputs setting.
Number of Inputs
The number of inputs to create on the Min Node. When you create a new input by connecting to the disabled input port, the Min Node automatically increments this setting.
Remember: inputs that are created but not connected behave as if they had a constant 0 signal connected to them. See the Outputs section below.
The signal from the input with the lowest value.
This is determined on a per-sample level. That is, for each sample in the audio signal, the Min Node takes the lowest corresponding sample value from all its inputs, and outputs that value.
Note that inputs without a signal connected behave the same as if you connected a constant 0 signal. For example, assume you have these 3 inputs:
- Input 1: constant signal of 1 connected
- Input 2: nothing connected
- Input 3: constant signal of 3 connected
In this case, the Node will output 0.