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Envelope Following

Latest update : 1 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    1 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    Inseguitore d’inviluppo
    Utilizzo di un circuito elettronico che utilizza l’inviluppo dinamico di un suono per controllare un amplificatore al quale sono connessi vari altri suoni. L’inviluppo di suono così amplificato, di solito nei sintetizzatori, prende la forma del suono che era servito da suono di controllo. (Fonte - Richard Dobson (1992). A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology. Oxford University (...)

  • German definition

    17 février 2007, par Pierre Couprie

    Hüllkurven-Verfolger

  • French definition

    1 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    Suivi d’enveloppe
    Utilisation d’un circuit électronique dans lequel l’enveloppe dynamique d’un son contrôle un amplificateur à travers lequel passent différents autres sons. L’enveloppe des sons ainsi amplifiés prend la forme caractéristique du son servant de contrôle. Ce principe est généralement utilisé dans les synthétiseurs. (Source - Richard Dobson (1992). A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology. Oxford University (...)

  • Spanish definition

    9 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    Seguidor de Envolvente
    Circuito electrónico que utiliza la envolvente dinámica de un sonido para controlar un amplificador al cual se ha conectado un sonido diferente. El sonido amplificado, usualmente un sintetizador, toma las características de la envolvente del sonido controlador.
    (Fuente: Richard Dobson (1992). A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology. Oxford University (...)

  • English definition

    21 January 2005, by Rob Weale

    The use of an electronic circuit which uses the dynamic envelope of a sound to control an amplifier to which some different sound is connected. The amplified sound, usually from a synthesizer, takes on the envelope characteristics of the controlling sound. (Source - Richard Dobson (1992). A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology. Oxford University Press.)