Input Sampler

v0.0.11 of input sampler

Catches keyboard-inputs to generate a signal.

The signal is ranged from negative 1 to positive 1 while its default value is 0


Input/Output Description Data Type
>positive Defines the key that is used to increase the output signal string
>negative Defines the key that is used to decrease the output signal string
>attack Alters how fast the output signal changes while a key is pressed decimal
>release Alters how fast the signal returns to zero while no key is pressed decimal
<sample The generated output signal decimal

>positive and >negative can be set to (without double quotes):

  • Normal keys: "a", "b", "c" ...
  • Number keys: "1", "2", "3", ...
  • Arrow keys: "up", "down", "left", "right"
  • Keypad keys: "[1]", "[2]", "[3]", "[+]", "[equals]"
  • Modifier keys: "right shift", "left shift", "right ctrl", "left ctrl", "right alt", "left alt", "right cmd", "left cmd"
  • Special keys: "backspace", "tab", "return", "escape", "space", "delete", "enter", "insert", "home", "end", "page up", "page down"
  • Function keys: "f1", "f2", "f3", ...

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