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|Long=To pulse a parameter is to send it a signal from a CHOP or python or a mouse click that causes a new action to occur immediately.  
 
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A pulse via python is via the <code>.pulse()</code> function on a pulse-type parameter, such as Reset in a [[Speed CHOP]]. <code>op('speed1').par.resetpulse.pulse()</code>.
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Some parameters are specifically Pulse-type parameters such as Reset Pulse in a [[Speed CHOP]]. A pulse via python is via the <code>.pulse()</code> function on a pulse-type parameter, for example <code>op('speed1').par.resetpulse.pulse()</code>.
  
 
A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel exported to the Pulse-type parameter.
 
A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel exported to the Pulse-type parameter.
 
   
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 17:04, 29 May 2019

To pulse a parameter is to send it a signal from a CHOP or python or a mouse click that causes a new action to occur immediately.

Some parameters are specifically Pulse-type parameters such as Reset Pulse in a Speed CHOP. A pulse via python is via the .pulse() function on a pulse-type parameter, for example op('speed1').par.resetpulse.pulse().

A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel exported to the Pulse-type parameter.

An Operator Family which operate on Channels (a series of numbers) which are used for animation, audio, mathematics, simulation, logic, UI construction, and many other applications.

To pulse a parameter is to send it a signal from a CHOP or python or a mouse click that causes a new action to occur immediately. A pulse via python is via the .pulse() function on a pulse-type parameter, such as Reset in a Speed CHOP. A pulse from a CHOP is typically a 0 to 1 to 0 signal in a channel.