A common example of this would be systems that allow you to specify options by name, but simply ignore names that won't be used by anything (such as misspellings or deprecations).
Today I'm thinking about the great bittern and its mating call
Turn up your subwoofers
Finally getting back to recording the song I've been working on. I think I nailed the clean guitar part tonight.
I got sidetracked working on adding EQ to my DAW. Needed it for two of the vocal tracks my friend did for me and it sort of became a project.
That's the problem with writing your own tools.
Hopefully just part of the upload process.
Ended up with 4^(3 * x^2). Almost exactly what I need. I could probably tweak the base and exponent coefficient to get an even closer match, but I think this is good enough.
.... except that the parabolic curve actually goes out of range. yar.
Trying to map a midi controller (range 0-127) to a very pesky LV2 parameter that seems to want to range from 0.015625 to 64 with 1 as the default.
Feels like this should be an exponential mapping, but if there are values a and b such that a^b*controller_value have the appropriate values, I'm not sure how to track them down.
I looks like it's pretty easy to go from 3 points to a parabolic curve, though, so rather than map that to the coefficient of the exponent, I guess I'll just do a parabola 🙂
Hacker from the days of yore.
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