Envelope Peak - Tracks the absolute peak value of the signal. This will update every sample.

Signal Envelope - The mean value of the signal (averaged over many samples, as determined by the time constant control) squared. The output can be connected to a square root cell for true RMS, although this is very expensive in terms of DSP processing.

Running Average - An approximation of RMS that calculates the average value of the input signal. This is much less expensive than a true RMS implementation and it is fairly accurate.

Envelope Peak- Tracks the absolute peak value of the signal. This will update every sample.Signal Envelope- The mean value of the signal (averaged over many samples, as determined by the time constant control) squared. The output can be connected to a square root cell for true RMS, although this is very expensive in terms of DSP processing.Running Average- An approximation of RMS that calculates the average value of the input signal. This is much less expensive than a true RMS implementation and it is fairly accurate.