hi i don’t understand what is meant by x-y

for example in sample slicer 4xy is it like up and down?

i would be great if someone could give me an example like…

x423= is that x or y

i hope you understand because i don’t

kind regards

hi i don’t understand what is meant by x-y

for example in sample slicer 4xy is it like up and down?

i would be great if someone could give me an example like…

x423= is that x or y

i hope you understand because i don’t

kind regards

X and Y are mathematical variables.

What that means to you is whenever you see X or Y in the documentation or the tooltips it means “replace with any number”

Don’t use X or Y, replace it with a number.

See also: hexadecimal

killer i think i get it

so it has nothing to do values as in high and low

x and y is just a way off saying to numbers from 0 to f

which offcause then is value.

as in “you could have x number of people”

in other news, I wonder if I can tell this joke right.

There’s a party of functions, and all the functions are there hanging out dancing (to renoise music, natch),

but old n to the X is hanging out in the corner feeling depressed and not dancing,

X squared comes up to him and says:

“come and join in the party, dude, there’s a killer pattern effect coming up soon”

but N to the x just says:

“why? it’s not like I’m going to make any difference.”

yep, and also it separates the different parameters: pitch slide just has one parameter, so you’d write 2xx, but retrigger has two parameters, hence Exy.