Reads all samples of each buffer of the incoming signal to find the highest sample and sets its internal parameter to that value so it can be used in the parameter linking. The value, if outside of the defined min and max, will be set to the nearest acceptable value. If the value doesn't change the parameter won't be set again. The Trigger version of this allow to let you decide which actual sample to use for the parameter value whether it has changed or not. The Passthrough version will let the incoming signal go through instead of having to use endpoint bidules.
Works much like how a Relative CC would work, meaning that it will apply increment/decrement value whatever the target parameter current value is even if you change it using the mouse. - Sending a positive integer value will increment the target parameter by that amount*the parameter increment value. - Sending a negative integer value will decrement the target parameter by that amount*the parameter increment value. e.g. for a preset parameter, if the Parameter Modulator receives a 1, it will make the preset parameter go to the next preset, if it receives a 2 it will make it go to the second next preset (change next for previous if the integer is negative) for a variable, the increment is 0.001 so this means that sending a 1 will add 0.001 to the current value, sending a 2 will add 2*0.001 = 0.002 to the current value (change add for subtract if the integer is negative) The Passthrough version will let the incoming signal go through instead of having to use endpoint bidules.