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Device Overview

Name/Version: ThreshEnv 1.0
Author: incandescent  
Description: This device was mainly inspired from the Guitar Rig Envelope, it is however much more versatile in a m4l environement.

ThreshEnv generates ADSR envelopes from its audio input. If the input level goes above the threshold, it triggers the Attack.

It has a meter that displays the input level, and a smoothing control that smoothes the falls of the signal before it triggers the envelope.

-A Meter: that displays the smoothed input alongside the Threshold (that can also be set from the display)
-ADSR + Start, Peak, and End controls
-Mappable Trigger and Release (which will also blink when the env is triggered from the input)
-Global Time Factor: that speeds up or slows down the envelope
-8 mappable Parameters: each with min/max controls, an independent Time Factor and a Delay control (all 4 controls being automatable)
And much more...

The device is fully documented in the link below (I tried to make the reference accesible for beginners as well...)

A lot of work went into this device;
Be creative with it..

Device Details

Tags synth, lfo, sequencer, utility
Live Version Used: 10.1.18
Max Version Used: 8.1.5
Date Added: Aug 09 2022 06:05:32
Date Last Updated: Not updated yet
Device Type: audio_device
Download URL (report link)
License (more info): Commercial


waouh good job


is it possible to use this device as an auto swell?
I would like to fadein the volume of a guitar, every time that it is plucked.
I assume, if I use this device and map the audio of the guitar to the volume of the track it should work, shouldn't it?

@kryson Thank you!!

@wallace Yes! That's actually the reason i made this device haha (since i didn't find any easy way to do automatic swells with my guitar in Live)

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