2021-02-07 (Su) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

I used yesterday's probability calculating function as a template for my velocity algorithm. The most significant difference was that this had to return an integer instead of a boolean. I sketched out a preliminary version that scaled every note instead. When that version worked, I revised it to affect instruments exclusively marked with the "use" bit. Now, I could use my sliders as faders to control volume between moods.

I had many hanging notes that were only noticeable with an instrument that didn't fade out on its own, like a harmonica or trumpet. The problem came from ignoring the octave modifier when I turned off notes. So, I might turn on 56+12, but a moment later, it would turn off 56. The other issue was notes hanging as I changed moods, a problem I fixed by creating a function that would stop activity on one channel before generating a new sound.
Velocity tempering function

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