Example code examples on github

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Example code examples on github

Post by arbuxMusic » Wed Aug 12, 2020 1:29 pm

Hi all,

I am working my way through the VoltageModular API to learn how to use particular features. I am documenting my findings at https://github.com/arbuxMusic/voltage-m ... mples/wiki along with the open source sample code libraries at https://github.com/arbuxMusic/voltage-modular-examples.

I am releasing these to share back to the community here to assist you in using particular VoltageModular features. Hopefully you'll find them a useful reference.

My overall goals are:
- build up a library of helper functions in that project to simplify coding of the modules for us all.
- help me (finally) finish a module and get it published. (I need the structure :) ).
- have fun - I am enjoying the investigation into the details of sound, visuals and the Voltage Modular features.

I am sharing these very early on in the project so that if you have any useful suggestions, I don't have to recompile 20+ modules :).

Some notes:
- Sadly english is my first language, but I'm writing these pages late night. Let me know if they don't make sense / need clarification.
- I have a list of planned topics, but am happy to add more to the list.
- I picked the MIT license to be as permissive as reasonably possible, whilst still allowing commercial use for myself and others.
- All modules are provided as-is. I can't guarantee that they will work to your requirements.

Have a great day & stay safe and well.

-- arbux
Last edited by arbuxMusic on Wed Sep 02, 2020 1:19 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: Example code

Post by ColinP » Wed Aug 12, 2020 10:51 pm

A great idea. Thanks.

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Re: Example code

Post by josephbottinger » Fri Aug 14, 2020 4:48 pm

+1 from me!

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Re: Example code examples on github

Post by arbuxMusic » Wed Sep 02, 2020 1:22 pm

Hi all,

I was intrigued by the invisible cables for input channels on the new Polymode module from Cherry Audio. That functionality allows a module to be added with no cables connected to its inputs and it can automatically function.

This style of auto-connection would be particularly ideal for all-in-one instrument-type modules.

I have created my own example module to show this behaviour. The wiki article with the high-level explanation and the code/module is uploaded at the code location below:

Wiki: https://github.com/arbuxMusic/voltage-m ... Normalling
Code: https://github.com/arbuxMusic/voltage-m ... Normalling

(Don't shoot me for the module name spelling - it's getting late :) ).

- arbux

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