the frequency in Hertz for which to determine the compensation factor
the root frequency in Hertz, relative to which the curve is calculated. This is usually lowest expected frequency. (init-time only)
amplitude at the minimum point of the curve. This is
the factor output when freq
is approx. 2512 Hz.
(init-time only)
amplitude at the root frequency of the curve. This is
the factor output when freq == root
. (init-time
only)
the frequency in Hertz for which to determine the compensation factor
Abstract method which must be implemented by creating the actual UGen
s
during expansion.
amplitude at the minimum point of the curve.
amplitude at the minimum point of the curve. This is
the factor output when freq
is approx. 2512 Hz.
(init-time only)
the root frequency in Hertz, relative to which the curve is calculated.
the root frequency in Hertz, relative to which the curve is calculated. This is usually lowest expected frequency. (init-time only)
amplitude at the root frequency of the curve.
amplitude at the root frequency of the curve. This is
the factor output when freq == root
. (init-time
only)
A UGen that produces a psychoacoustic amplitude compensation factor for a given frequency. It uses the A-weighting curve that is based on the Fletcher-Munson curve for rather low volume sounds (40 phon).
Only the
freq
parameter can be modulated, the other parameters are read at initialization time only.the frequency in Hertz for which to determine the compensation factor
the root frequency in Hertz, relative to which the curve is calculated. This is usually lowest expected frequency. (init-time only)
amplitude at the minimum point of the curve. This is the factor output when
freq
is approx. 2512 Hz. (init-time only)amplitude at the root frequency of the curve. This is the factor output when
freq == root
. (init-time only)AmpComp