The Round Node rounds a signal (each sample in a signal) to the nearest integer. For example, a value of 1.4 becomes 1, and a value of -2.7 becomes -3.
The signal to round.
You generally use this with a control signal to create more advanced control automation setups. However, it works with an audio signal just as well, but introduces a huge amount of distortion in the process, depending on the signal.
If you have a non-mono source, the rounding is done individually for each channel.
A signal containing the rounded values.
The channel count of this output is the same as the input channel count.