Subtracts one value (Audio or Control) from another.
Audio/Control Input 1
An audio or control signal, acting as the first operand of the subtraction. If nothing is connected, it’s the same as if a constant 0 signal was connected, causing the other output to be subtracted from 0.
Audio/Control Input 2
An audio or control signal, acting as the second operand of the subtraction. If nothing is connected, it’s the same as if a constant 0 signal was connected, causing the first output to be completely unchanged.
This Node has no settings.
An audio or control signal containing the subtraction result.
Whether this output is visualized as an audio or control output depends on what you connected to its inputs. If at least one input is an audio signal, the output is also considered as an audio signal. This is because an audio signal multiplied (or amplified) by a control signal is by definition still an audio signal.
The subtraction is done per sample.