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SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType > Class Template Reference

A utility class for values that need smoothing to avoid audio glitches. More...

Inheritance diagram for SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >:

Public Member Functions

 SmoothedValue () noexcept
 Constructor.
 
 SmoothedValue (FloatType initialValue) noexcept
 Constructor.
 
void reset (double sampleRate, double rampLengthInSeconds) noexcept
 Reset to a new sample rate and ramp length.
 
void reset (int numSteps) noexcept
 Set a new ramp length directly in samples.
 
void setTargetValue (FloatType newValue) noexcept
 Set the next value to ramp towards.
 
FloatType getNextValue () noexcept
 Compute the next value.
 
FloatType skip (int numSamples) noexcept
 Skip the next numSamples samples.
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >
 SmoothedValueBase ()=default
 Constructor.
 
bool isSmoothing () const noexcept
 Returns true if the current value is currently being interpolated.
 
FloatType getCurrentValue () const noexcept
 Returns the current value of the ramp.
 
FloatType getTargetValue () const noexcept
 Returns the target value towards which the smoothed value is currently moving.
 
void setCurrentAndTargetValue (FloatType newValue)
 Sets the current value and the target value.
 
void applyGain (FloatType *samples, int numSamples) noexcept
 Applies a smoothed gain to a stream of samples S[i] *= gain.
 
void applyGain (FloatType *samplesOut, const FloatType *samplesIn, int numSamples) noexcept
 Computes output as a smoothed gain applied to a stream of samples.
 
void applyGain (AudioBuffer< FloatType > &buffer, int numSamples) noexcept
 Applies a smoothed gain to a buffer.
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Public Types inherited from SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >
using FloatType = typename FloatTypeHelper< SmoothedValueType >::Type
 
- Protected Attributes inherited from SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >
FloatType currentValue = 0
 
FloatType target = currentValue
 
int countdown = 0
 

Detailed Description

template<typename FloatType, typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
class SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >

A utility class for values that need smoothing to avoid audio glitches.

A ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear template parameter selects linear smoothing, which increments the SmoothedValue linearly towards its target value.

A utility class for values that need smoothing to avoid audio glitches.
Definition juce_SmoothedValue.h:230

A ValueSmoothingTypes::Multiplicative template parameter selects multiplicative smoothing increments towards the target value.

Multiplicative smoothing is useful when you are dealing with exponential/logarithmic values like volume in dB or frequency in Hz. For example a 12 step ramp from 440.0 Hz (A4) to 880.0 Hz (A5) will increase the frequency with an equal temperament tuning across the octave. A 10 step smoothing from 1.0 (0 dB) to 3.16228 (10 dB) will increase the value in increments of 1 dB.

Note that when you are using multiplicative smoothing you cannot ever reach a target value of zero!

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ SmoothedValue() [1/2]

template<typename FloatType , typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::SmoothedValue ( )
noexcept

Constructor.

◆ SmoothedValue() [2/2]

template<typename FloatType , typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::SmoothedValue ( FloatType  initialValue)
noexcept

Member Function Documentation

◆ reset() [1/2]

template<typename FloatType , typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
void SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::reset ( double  sampleRate,
double  rampLengthInSeconds 
)
noexcept

Reset to a new sample rate and ramp length.

Parameters
sampleRateThe sample rate
rampLengthInSecondsThe duration of the ramp in seconds

References jassert, and SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::reset().

Referenced by dsp::Oscillator< SampleType >::reset(), SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::reset(), and Reverb::setSampleRate().

◆ reset() [2/2]

template<typename FloatType , typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
void SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::reset ( int  numSteps)
noexcept

Set a new ramp length directly in samples.

Parameters
numStepsThe number of samples over which the ramp should be active

References SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >::setCurrentAndTargetValue(), and SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >::target.

◆ setTargetValue()

template<typename FloatType , typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
void SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::setTargetValue ( FloatType  newValue)
noexcept

◆ getNextValue()

template<typename FloatType , typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
FloatType SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::getNextValue ( )
noexcept

◆ skip()

template<typename FloatType , typename SmoothingType = ValueSmoothingTypes::Linear>
FloatType SmoothedValue< FloatType, SmoothingType >::skip ( int  numSamples)
noexcept

Skip the next numSamples samples.

This is identical to calling getNextValue numSamples times. It returns the new current value.

See also
getNextValue

References SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >::countdown, SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >::currentValue, SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >::setCurrentAndTargetValue(), and SmoothedValueBase< SmoothedValueType >::target.

Referenced by dsp::Oscillator< SampleType >::process().


The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:
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