# Operators

**Add**: Add each sample of a to each sample of b. Can also be written as a + b**AmplitudeToDecibels**: Map a linear amplitude value to decibels.**DecibelsToAmplitude**: DecibelsToAmplitude**ChannelArray**: Takes an array of inputs and spreads them across multiple channels of output.**ChannelCrossfade**: Given a multichannel input, crossfades between channels based on the given position within the virtual array, producing a single-channel output.**ChannelMixer**: Downmix a multichannel input to a lower-channel output. If num_channels is greater than one, spreads the input channels across the field. If amplitude_compensation is enabled, scale down the amplitude based on the ratio of input to output channels.**ChannelSelect**: Select a subset of channels from a multichannel input, starting at offset, up to a maximum of maximum, with the given step.**Equal**: Compares the output of a to the output of b. Outputs 1 when equal, 0 otherwise. Can also be written as a == b**NotEqual**: Compares the output of a to the output of b. Outputs 0 when equal, 1 otherwise. Can also be written as a != b**GreaterThan**: Compares the output of a to the output of b. Outputs 1 when a > b, 0 otherwise. Can also be written as a > b**GreaterThanOrEqual**: Compares the output of a to the output of b. Outputs 1 when a >= b, 0 otherwise. Can also be written as a >= b**LessThan**: Compares the output of a to the output of b. Outputs 1 when a < b, 0 otherwise. Can also be written as a < b**LessThanOrEqual**: Compares the output of a to the output of b. Outputs 1 when a <= b, 0 otherwise. Can also be written as a <= b**Modulo**: Outputs the value of a modulo b, per sample. Supports fractional values. Can also be written as a % b**Abs**: Outputs the absolute value of a, per sample. Can also be written as abs(a)**If**: Outputs value_if_true for each non-zero value of a, value_if_false for all other values.**Divide**: Divide each sample of a by each sample of b. Can also be written as a / b**FrequencyToMidiNote**: Map a frequency to a MIDI note (where 440Hz = A4 = 69), with floating-point output.**MidiNoteToFrequency**: Map a MIDI note to a frequency (where 440Hz = A4 = 69), supporting floating-point input.**Multiply**: Multiply each sample of a by each sample of b. Can also be written as a * b**Pow**: Outputs a to the power of b, per sample. Can also be written as a ** b**RoundToScale**: Given a frequency input, generates a frequency output that is rounded to the nearest MIDI note. (TODO: Not very well named)**Round**: Round the input to the nearest integer value.**ScaleLinExp**: Scales the input from a linear range (between a and b) to an exponential range (between c and d).**ScaleLinLin**: Scales the input from a linear range (between a and b) to a linear range (between c and d).**Subtract**: Subtract each sample of b from each sample of a. Can also be written as a - b**Sum**: Sums the output of all of the input nodes, by sample.**TimeShift**: TimeShift**Sin**: Outputs sin(a), per sample.**Cos**: Outputs cos(a), per sample.**Tan**: Outputs tan(a), per sample.**Tanh**: Outputs tanh(a), per sample. Can be used as a soft clipper.

Last update:
2024-02-15

Created: 2023-11-09

Created: 2023-11-09