Tried to find a Biset module thread where to post this, sorry if it exists and I missed it… But OHHH how delightful this one is! And useful.
Basically, it animates patch cords based on the actual signals going through them (you can set the intensity from the context menu), and also shows you a popup scope of the signal present in a particular cable when mousing over a connector. Brilliant. Thanks a lot for making this!
THIS MODULE IS SO FUN. The scope is super useful, practically erasing the amount of time spent loading and deleting scopes into the rack. the animations are awesome visual feedback, and general fun for others to watch in contexts like live performances,
I have a single feature request, feel free to ignore it, but I find audio rate signals and triggers to be slightly overboard visually, is there any chance some sort-of smoothing (slew like) slider could be implemented to keep cables wiggly but not as sharp and violent?
@gael Thanks ! Yes, I think the crash happens when a patch is being closed
@sounds Thank you ! Indeed, the aliasing makes audio signal act in a weird way as I only sample voltages every 32 frames. Adding a slew limiter on sampling would be quite light on the CPU I think. I’ll try the idea to see if it makes the displayed waveform more readable while not deforming it too much