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What does the happiness parameter do technically?

 
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TonE

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2008 1:19 pm    Post subject: What does the happiness parameter do technically? Reply with quote
What does the parameter happiness in the source code exactly? Does it set the pan, the volume, or chooses the files to be played, or a combination, or sets multiple parameters at once...?

(Intensity is somehow easy to imagine, but happiness I'm not sure yet what's the idea behind it. Btw. I read the text with the paper and the valence but this doesn't answer my question yet.)
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2008 7:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
The happiness parameter controls the volume level of the sounds being played that have been designated "happy" or "sad" by the author of the borb. So, if the slider is all the way on happy, you'll hear happy sounds at their highest level, and if the slider is all the way on sad, you'll hear sad sounds at their highest level. Mixtures of the two happen in the middle. Happiness sounds can be either looping textures or random gestures.

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