Modulators are where the true magic happens. They will apply their elements to the overlapping nodes when active and can be toggled on and off simply by connecting a link to them.
Modulators can also stack which means you can have multiple overlapping modulators and they will apply their elements additively.
Mode 1 – Activation #
On Off Activation (Will animate and stop applying the elements effects when off)
Mode 2 – Settings #
Change radius up or down of the modulator ring. Any nodes inside the ring will be affected by the ring’s elements when activated.
Controls how much the elements apply to the nodes. This can be adjusted to fine tune how much it should affect nodes. In the future this is planned to be configurable with LFO and other cool curve-type controls.
Controls the size of the affected falloff of the nodes. Honestly this was an earlier feature of modulator rings and likely will be removed or completely revamped.
Mode 3 – Elements #
The exact same elements that a sound node has to apply effects to playing sounds. The modulator will apply these across all nodes in it’s radius.
Basic usage of modulators.
More complex connectivity and usage.
Example of stacking modulators.