The latest release of Sigma S/W has, under Volume Controls/unclassified, a control named "Simultaneous Volume Controls(w/notification)". There is no info in the help file. How does this control work?
The Simultaneous Volume Control cell family basically lets you initiate a volume ramp on two (or more) channels, starting on exactly the same sample. This solves the problem of updating multiple channels at the same time, since you can technically only update one parameter per sample.
You basically set the target volume for each channel using the knobs and the slew time using the text input field. Then, when you click on the Go button, the volume change will initiate. For the version of this cell that has the w/notification designator, there is a red pin on the output that will output a one as soon as the volume ramp has completed.
I will create a help topic for this cell on our wiki, hopefully today. In case you weren't aware, we're migrating the entire SigmaStudio help file to this wiki ( http://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/sigmastudio ) and we will eventually have SigmaStudio simply link to the wiki database, instead of trying to maintain two separate documentation databases.
I have moved this thread from the Processors and DSP community to the SigmaDSP Processors and SigmaStudio Development Tool community. Please continue the discussion here.
Thanks for the fast response!
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On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 8:52 AM, BrettG <
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