Pretty new to Kyma, and just started to implement a few things I did formerly in Max MSP and Pure Data (reverbs and filters in particular). I'm facing a few difficulties with the Kyma paradigm. So this is maybe either a naive question, or simply I adopted a wrong approach.
For instance, let's say I want a signal to be the result of the calculation (a+b)/(c+d), with the terms a,b,c and d a mix of control messages (frequency, resonance for instance) and audio signals (feedback loops, input signal etc..). (this is for instance the case in the filter I uploaded in the community library).
The resulting signal is within [-1,1] (this is my output signal), but each of the terms can go well over that range.
If I'm not wrong, Kyma clips signals transiting between sounds to the range [-1,1]. In that case, what is a good approach to deal with that? I ended up attenuating most of the terms, and then adding gains before the output to compensate, but this seems pretty inelegant.
Hope my question is not too convoluted, I feel I'm trying too much to apply the Max paradigm, and missing something important regarding Kyma. Thank you for your help!