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 |Decay (dB/s)|10|0 to 1000|Speed of the linear decay ramp applied to the output gain until it reaches the current target output gain| |Decay (dB/s)|10|0 to 1000|Speed of the linear decay ramp applied to the output gain until it reaches the current target output gain|
 |Soft Knee|Disabled|Enabled or Disabled|Controls whether or not the corners (or "​knees"​) on the transfer function are smoothed or not| |Soft Knee|Disabled|Enabled or Disabled|Controls whether or not the corners (or "​knees"​) on the transfer function are smoothed or not|
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 +===DSP Parameter Information===
 +^GUI Name^Compiler Name^Function Description^
 +|Show Graph|MonoChannelSingleDetectNoPost2prec1_1 \\ MonoChannelSingleDetectNoPost2prec1_p1_1 \\ MonoChannelSingleDetectNoPost2prec1_p1_1_autoincremented \\ ...|33 table points for input-to-output transfer function (compression curve)|
 +|Hold (ms)|MonoChannelSingleDetectNoPost2prec1hold_1|Sets the hold time of the compressor|
 +|Decay (dB/​s)|MonoChannelSingleDetectNoPost2prec1decay_1|Sets the decay rate of the compressor|
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 +===Example===
 +This example shows the mono peak compressor being used on an analog input. Depending on the application,​ a variety of transfer curves could be used to achieve the desired effect. For example, when used on a microphone input, a noise gate curve could be implemented to remove the noise floor when no signal of interest is present.\\
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 +{{monopeakpic2.png}}\\
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 +Other cells used in this example: Input, Output
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 +===Algorithm Details===
 +|Toolbox Path|Dynamics Processors - Peak - Standard Resolution - Lower Range (-90 to +6 dB) - No Post Gain - Mono - Mono Peak (no gain)|
 +|Cores Supported|ADAU1781 \\ ADAU1761 \\ ADAU144x \\ ADAU170x \\ AD1940|
 +|"Grow Algorithm"​ Supported|no|
 +|"Add Algorithm"​ Supported|no|
 +|Subroutine/​Loop Based|no|
 +|Program RAM|41|
 +|Data RAM|13|
 +|Parameter RAM|35|
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resources/tools-software/sigmastudio/toolbox/dynamicsprocessors/monopeaknogain.txt · Last modified: 25 Jun 2012 15:33 by William Jahn