I felt the need to add some glissando behaviors to my gesture sequencer because of all the pitch sequencing I was doing.
I've added two kinds of glissando behavior. A regular gliss that performs glissando in the last half of the note, and a small more subtle gliss that only does glissando in the last 10% of the note. Both use cubic slope.
The demo below showcases both glissando behaviors.
I'm really excited to begin exploring melodic counterpoint again, only this time wielding gesture!
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