Trigger MIDI Stereo - Triggersensor MIDI Stereo
Detailed: LSP Triggersensor MIDI Stereo – Trigger MIDI Stereo (TSM1S)
Formats: LV2, LinuxVST, JACK
Categories: Converter, Utility
Developer: Vladimir Sadovnikov
This plugin implements trigger with mono input and mono output. Additional MIDI output is provided to pass notes generated by the trigger. There are up to eight samples available to play for different note velocities.
- Bypass - hot bypass switch, when turned on (led indicator is shining), the plugin does not affect the input signal.
- Working area - this control allows to switch the UI from trigger mode to instrument mode.
- Pause - pauses any updates of the trigger graph.
- Clear - clears all graphs.
- Channel - the MIDI channel to use for MIDI note.
- Note - the note and the octave of the MIDI note generated by the trigger.
- MIDI # - the MIDI number of the note.
- In L, R - enables drawing of input signal graph and corresponding level meter.
- SC - enables drawing of sidechain graph and corresponding level meter.
- Trg - enables drawing of trigger signal graph and corresponding level meter.
- Preamp - input signal amplification for the sidechain.
- Mode - combo box that allows to switch different modes for sidechain. Available modes are:
- Peak - peak mode
- RMS - root mean square of the input signal
- Low-pass - input signal processed by low-pass filter
- Uniform - input signal processed by uniform filter
- Source - part of the input signal to use for sidechain processing:
- Middle - middle part of signal is used for sidechain processing
- Side - side part of signal is used for sidechain processing
- Left - only left channel is used for sidechain processing
- Right - only right channel is used for sidechain processing
- Active - trigger activity indicator.
- Reactivity - the reactivity of the sidechain.
- Attack level - the minimum level of the sidechain signal that forces trigger to trigger.
- Attack time - the time gap used by the trigger to prevent false note-on detection.
- Release level - the maximum level (relative to Attack level) of the sidechain signal that forces trigger to shut down.
- Release time - the time gap used by the trigger to completely turn off after the signal becomes lower than Release level.
- Dynamics spread - this knobs allows to add some dynamics to output signal.
- Dynamics range 1, Dynamics range 2 - the bounds of the range that allows to translate trigger level into velocity.
- Sample # - the selector of the current displayable/editable sample.
- Head cut - the time to be cut from the beginning of the current sample.
- Tail cut - the time to be cut from the end of the current sample.
- Fade in - the time to be faded from the beginning of the current sample.
- Fade out - the time to be faded from the end of the current sample.
- Makeup - the makeup gain of the sample volume.
- Pre-delay - the time delay between the MIDI note has triggered and the start of the sample's playback
- Listen - the button that forces the sample playback of the selected sample
'Sample matrix' section:
- Enabled - enables/disables the playback of the corresponding sample.
- Active - indicates that the sample is loaded, enabled and ready for playback.
- Velocity - the maximum velocity of the note the sample can trigger. Allows to set up velocity layers between different samples.
- Pan Left - the panorama of the left audio channel of the corresponding sample.
- Pan Right - the panorama of the right audio channel of the corresponding sample.
- Listen - the button that forces the playback of the corresponding sample.
- Note on - indicates that the playback event of the correponding sample has triggered.
'Audio channel' section:
- Dry - the gain of the input signal passed to the audio inputs of the plugin.
- Wet - the gain of the processed signal.
- Output gain - the overall output gain of the plugin.