Thanks for that, and while I don't wish to do it that way (due to the grain aspect of it), I still learnt something from it. I'm still curious how I would make my own example bipolar though, just so that it helps me out in other areas, so please still go ahead and post that if you don't mind
Thanks, will play around with that, cause even in isolation I can see all this sample based stuff is very reliant upon triggers of different kinds. Took me a while to realise that some things had pulses and some were triggers!
They're perfect, Robert, thanks for pointing them out!
I never bothered with them initially due to not seeing a reverse toggle on them. The way you've implemented it is absolutely spot-on, it's bipolar, and behaves as expected of something with bipolar control. That's exactly the same sort of thing I was expecting when using the filters, wishing they had a bipolar gain (cut and boost). I know, completely different object, but still the same sort of thinking.