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Envelope attack

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I am wondering why the envelope attacks are all the same on this sound when I am able to get different decays. Is it perhaps where the ADSR sound is placed? I would like to have scaled random attacks in the same way that the decays are functioning.

asked May 1 in Using Kyma by anne-la-berge (Practitioner) (610 points)

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I hear a difference in the attack durations. To notice a more extreme changes, you could comment out the minimum 3 s or try a smaller minimum offset, for example:

!On1 nextRandom abs * (6 - 3) "+ 3 s"

Maybe the difference between 3 second and 6 second attacks is not so apparent.

answered May 1 by ssc (Savant) (57,590 points)
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I'd definitely use individual ADSRs on each oscilator.
Also the various different math happening after the 'nextRandom abs' is confusing and possibly unneccessary because the abs is already giving you a positive random number from 0-1. You could just scale it with a number or hotvalue while you are testing it
answered May 1 by sean-flannery (Practitioner) (850 points)
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