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Operators that have 0 inputs, like a [[Noise CHOP]], are called generators. See [[Filter]]. They are the lighter shaded operators in the [[OP Create Dialog]].  
 
Operators that have 0 inputs, like a [[Noise CHOP]], are called generators. See [[Filter]]. They are the lighter shaded operators in the [[OP Create Dialog]].  
  
 
See [[Filter]].
 
See [[Filter]].
  
Operators may also have [[Parameters]] that are [[Path]] references, that are from any [[Operator Family]].
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Operators may also have [[Parameters]] that are [[Network Path|Path]] references, that are from any [[Operator Family]].
 
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Latest revision as of 18:04, 6 March 2018


Operators that have 0 inputs, like a Noise CHOP, are called generators. See Filter. They are the lighter shaded operators in the OP Create Dialog.

See Filter.

Operators may also have Parameters that are Path references, that are from any Operator Family.