el.sampleseq([props], t)

The sampleseq2 is equivalent to el.sampleseq, except that it adds the ability for pitch shifting and time stretching the source sample.

let seq = el.sampleseq({
  seq: [
    { time: 0.0, value: 1 },
    { time: 0.5, value: 0 },
    { time: 1.0, value: 1 },
    { time: 1.5, value: 0 },
  duration: 4,
  shift: 7,
  stretch: 2,
}, el.div(el.time(),;
let sequencedSample = el.sample({path}, seq, 1);

Like sampleseq, sampleseq2 expects a sparsely defined sequence given as an array of { time, value } pairs as the seq prop, and a single input signal giving the current time value. The specific units of time are at your discretion, but you should be sure that the values given in the seq prop are in the same units as the input signal. Similar to the idea of el.sample, a value of 1 in the sequence of values represents triggering the sample, and a value of 0 represents muting the sample.

sampleseq2 also expects a path prop equivalent to that of el.sample, as well as a duration prop which represents the sample's duration in the same units as the input time signal.

Finally, sampleseq2 supports a pitch prop and a stretch prop, for shifting or stretching the source material respectively. Note that when applying a time stretch, the duration property should reflect the duration of the source sample before time stretching is applied.


seq[]ArrayThe sequence of values to generate, in { time, value } pairs
path""stringThe path to the resource in the virtual file system to play back
duration0numberDuration of the sample buffer. Must be in the same units as the time signal
shift0numberPitch shift amount in semitones
stretch1numberTime stretch amount, in the range [0.25, 4]