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NAME ^

   Math::SegmentedEnvelope - create/manage/evaluate segmented (curved) envelope

SYNOPSIS ^

    my $e = Math::SegmentedEnvelope->new; # creates random envelope with total duration = 1
    $e->segments; # number of segments
    $e->levels(map $_ * 3, $e->levels); # alter levels
    $e->durs(map $_ * (rand(0.5) + 0.5), $e->durs); # alter segments durations
    $e->curves(map $_ + 1, $e->curves); # alter curves
    $e->level( # alter start level of first segment and set it value to end level of last segment
        $self->segments,
        $e->level(0, $self->level(0) - 1)
    );
    $e->curve(0, 3); # set curvative for first segment
    $e->dur(0, 0.2); # set duration of first segment, so overall duration will changed
    $e->duration; # get it
    $e->normalize_duration; # scale segment durs so envelope duration will be 1

or

    my $e = Math::SegmentedEnvelope->new( # creates custom adsr envelope
       # def => 
       [
        [0,1,0.8,0.7,0], # levels
        [0.1,0.2,0.4,0.3], # segment duration
        [1,2,1,-3] # segment curvative, 0 for flat, 1 for linear and other for curved
       ], 
       is_morph => 1, # default is 0, smooth envelope with default value morpher inside segment
       # morpher => sub { ... } # provide custom morpher which will recieve values from 0 to 1, and should return values from 0 to 1 for non-breaking envelope
       is_hold => 0, # default is 0, will return boundary levels for positions out of envelope duration
       is_fold_over => 1, # default is 0, will fold envelope instead of wraping for positions out of envelope duration
       is_wrap_neg => 1, # default is 0, will wrap envelope insted of fold for negative positions
    );
    $e->at(rand); # outputs value at random position
    $e->table(1024); # returns list of values(lookup table) for current envelope with specified size

    my $s = $e->static; # creates static evaluator with current envelope parameters (coderef)
    $s->(rand); # outputs value at random position, but ~ 50% faster

DESCRIPTION ^

This module gives abstraction of segmeneted envelope. You can create, modify and make static evaluators, which is faster than object method at calling.

METHODS ^

new($definiton, %params)

$definition is a 3 element arrayref of arrayrefs - [[@levels], [@durations], [@curves]]

%params can provide additional params such is_hold,is_morph,morpher,is_fold_over,is_wrap_neg

if nothing specified, than random normalized envelope will be created, but you can provide border_level param to define levels at begin/end

at($pos)

get value at specified position, position can be out of envelope duration, so it will hold or wrap or fold according configuration [arameters is_hold, is_fold_over and is_wrap_neg

static

returns static evaluator (i.e. coderef) with current envelope object settings

table($size)

returns lookup table (i.e. list of values) of specified size(default = 1024) which represents current form of the envelope

is_morph(0|1)

get/set flag which turns on value morphing inside segment before applying curving and scaling. default = 0

morpher(sub {...})

get/set morpher, default morpher is a sub { sin(PI/2*$_[0]) ** 2 } which smoothes envelope, morpher recieves value from 0 to 1 and should also has same output range

is_hold(0|1)

when this flag is turned on than at method and static evaluator with out-of-duration argument will return boundary levels. default = 0

is_fold_over(0|1)

when this flag is turned on and is_hold is turned off than at argument greater than envelope duration will be folded around envelope duration insted of wraping. default = 0

is_wrap_neg(0|1)

when this flag is turned on and is_hold is turned off than at argument < 0 will be wraped around envelope insted of folding. default = 0

segments

returns number of segments

duration

returns total envelope duration

normalize_duration

scale segment durations, so total duration becomes 1

def

returns current envelope definition (see new method)

levels(@new_levels)

get/set envelope levels, if setting than provided list must have equal length to levels specified in initial definition (i.e. segments + 1)

level($pos, [$level])

get/set level at position

durs([@new_durs])

same as levels, but get/sets durations for segments

dur($pos, [$level])

get/set dur at position

curves([@new_curves])

same as durs, but for curves

curve($pos, [$level])

get/set curvative at position

border_level([$begin,$end])

should be in range [0,1], can be array ref or single value for equal levels at begin/end of envelope

this will work only when passed to constructor to create random envelope, e.g.

   Math::SegmentedEnvelope->new(border_level => [0.5,0.2])

FUNCTIONS ^

env(constructor params)

handy function which will construct object from passed params, e.g.

   use Math::SegmentedEnvelope 'env';
   my @arr = map { env } 0..9; # @arr now contains 10 random envelope objects

alternatively you can use modules such as aliased, as

EXAMPLES ^

Plot
   use PDL::Graphics::Prima::Simple;
   use Math::SegmentedEnvelope;
   my $e = Math::SegmentedEnvelope->new(is_morph => 1);
   my $t = $e->table(4096);
   line_plot($t);
Interpolate
   use PDL;
   interpolate(rand(4095), sequence(4096), pdl($t)); # interpolate at random position 
Animation
   use AnyEvent; # and/or Coro
   my $e = Math::SegmentedEnvelope->new(is_morph => 1);
   my $v = 0; # some property
   my $w = AE::timer(0, 1/60, sub { # refresh $v with 60Hz rate
        state $s = $e->static; # get static evaluator
        state $started = AE::now;
        $v = $s->(AE::now - $started); # or $e->at(..) if $e can be altered somewhere
   });
   my $k = AE::timer(10, 0, sub { undef $w }); # kill previous timer after 10secs
   my $i = AE::idle(sub { ... }); # animate $v using OpenGL, SDL and etc..
   AE::cv->recv;
visual representation of arbitrary definition
      Math::SegmentedEnvelope->new([[0,1,0.5,0],[0.5,0.5,1],[-3,1/3,4]], is_morph => 1)

envelope example

SUPPORT ^

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ^

SuperCollider, Moo

AUTHOR ^

Yegor Korablev <egor@cpan.org>

LICENSE ^

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

SEE ALSO ^

PDL, Math::Fractal::Noisemaker, Math::NumSeq, Math::PlanePath, OpenGL, SDL, AnyEvent

TODO ^

blending,stacking,duration scaling,delaying,inverting and some common predefined envelopes more docs,tests and examples

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