How to create a mirrorred linear curve? [solved]

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philipbergwerf
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How to create a mirrorred linear curve? [solved]

Post by philipbergwerf » Sun Jan 19, 2020 4:32 pm

How to generate a multictrl curve which is linear but mirrored? I've attached a file where I 've drawn what the goal is. I tried a lot of things to change the curve but I ended up trying for a few hours without reaching this simple goal. So the goal is the exact opposite of the default curve.

I use this code:

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/*
    Curve file generator for the SunVox modules like MultiSynth, WaveShaper and MultiCtl.
    by Alexander Zolotov / nightradio@gmail.com / warmplace.ru
    License: CC BY https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
    How to use: change the SETUP part and run this program to generate the new file with the curve.
    Changelog:
	2017.10.11: v1.1 (fixed bugs; new curve function examples)
	2017.08.16: v1.0
*/

// ########################################
// ## SETUP ###############################
// ########################################

//Format:
format = 3
if format == 0
{
    //MultiSynth: X = note; Y = velocity
    type = INT8
    items = 128
}
if format == 1
{
    //MultiSynth: X = velocity; Y = velocity
    type = INT8
    items = 257
}
if format == 2
{
    //WaveShaper
    type = INT16
    items = 257
}
if format == 3
{
    //MultiCtl
    type = INT16
    items = 257
    max = 32768
}

Function:
$x = 0
$y = 1
fn curve_function( $x ) 
{
    $y = $x //goal: mirror Linear
    //$y = sin( $x * M_PI * 4 ) / 3 + 0.5 //Sine
    //$y = $x //Linear
    //$y = pow( $x, 4 ) //Exponential
    //$y = pow( $x, 2 ) //Exponential+
    //$y = pow( $x, 0.6 )
    //$y = $x * $x + pow( $x, 3 ) * ( 1 - $x ) //Something between the linear and the exponential curve
    ret( $y )
}

// ########################################
// ## SETUP COMPLETE ######################
// ########################################

set_pixel_size( WINDOW_XSIZE / 480 )
resize( get_screen(), WINDOW_XSIZE, WINDOW_YSIZE )
scr = get_screen()
xsize = get_xsize( scr )
ysize = get_ysize( scr )

//Filename:
filename = "Multictrl"

curve = new( items, 1, type )
clean( curve )
if max == 0 
{
    if type == INT8 { max = 255 }
    if type == INT16 { max = 65535 }
}
i = 0 while i < items
{
    v = curve_function( i / ( items - 1 ) )
    if v < 0 { v = 0 }
    if v > 1 { v = 1 }
    if type == INT8 { v * max }
    if type == INT16 { v * max }
    logf( "%d: %d\n", i, v )
    curve[ i ] = v
    i + 1
}
save( curve, filename, FORMAT_RAW )

clear( BLACK )
i = 0 while i < items
{
    x = i / items * xsize - xsize / 2
    y = - ( curve_function( i / items ) - 0.5 ) * ysize
    dot( x, y, WHITE )
    i + 1
}

while 1
{
    frame( 100 )
    while get_event() { if EVT[ EVT_TYPE ] == EVT_QUIT { halt } }
}
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Last edited by philipbergwerf on Sun Jan 19, 2020 11:41 pm, edited 1 time in total.

philipbergwerf
Posts: 27
Joined: Sat Mar 17, 2018 4:23 pm

Re: Curve genarator question

Post by philipbergwerf » Sun Jan 19, 2020 5:40 pm

Yes I found the answer!!! :Yahoo!:

The opposite is: $y = 1 - $x

This genarates the linear opposite:

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/*
    Curve file generator for the SunVox modules like MultiSynth, WaveShaper and MultiCtl.
    by Alexander Zolotov / nightradio@gmail.com / warmplace.ru
    License: CC BY https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
    How to use: change the SETUP part and run this program to generate the new file with the curve.
    Changelog:
	2017.10.11: v1.1 (fixed bugs; new curve function examples)
	2017.08.16: v1.0
*/

// ########################################
// ## SETUP ###############################
// ########################################

//Format:
format = 3
if format == 0
{
    //MultiSynth: X = note; Y = velocity
    type = INT8
    items = 128
}
if format == 1
{
    //MultiSynth: X = velocity; Y = velocity
    type = INT8
    items = 257
}
if format == 2
{
    //WaveShaper
    type = INT16
    items = 257
}
if format == 3
{
    //MultiCtl
    type = INT16
    items = 257
    max = 32768
}

Function:
$x = 0
$y = 1
fn curve_function( $x ) 
{
    $y = 1 - $x //mirror Linear
    //$y = sin( $x * M_PI * 4 ) / 3 + 0.5 //Sine
    //$y = $x //Linear
    //$y = pow( $x, 4 ) //Exponential
    //$y = pow( $x, 2 ) //Exponential+
    //$y = pow( $x, 0.6 )
    //$y = $x * $x + pow( $x, 3 ) * ( 1 - $x ) //Something between the linear and the exponential curve
    ret( $y )
}

// ########################################
// ## SETUP COMPLETE ######################
// ########################################

set_pixel_size( WINDOW_XSIZE / 480 )
resize( get_screen(), WINDOW_XSIZE, WINDOW_YSIZE )
scr = get_screen()
xsize = get_xsize( scr )
ysize = get_ysize( scr )

//Filename:
filename = "Multictrl"

curve = new( items, 1, type )
clean( curve )
if max == 0 
{
    if type == INT8 { max = 255 }
    if type == INT16 { max = 65535 }
}
i = 0 while i < items
{
    v = curve_function( i / ( items - 1 ) )
    if v < 0 { v = 0 }
    if v > 1 { v = 1 }
    if type == INT8 { v * max }
    if type == INT16 { v * max }
    logf( "%d: %d\n", i, v )
    curve[ i ] = v
    i + 1
}
save( curve, filename, FORMAT_RAW )

clear( BLACK )
i = 0 while i < items
{
    x = i / items * xsize - xsize / 2
    y = - ( curve_function( i / items ) - 0.5 ) * ysize
    dot( x, y, WHITE )
    i + 1
}

while 1
{
    frame( 100 )
    while get_event() { if EVT[ EVT_TYPE ] == EVT_QUIT { halt } }
}

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