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When an [[envelope generator]] has both gate and trigger inputs, the usual behavior is: the leading edge of a pulse at the gate input will initiate the [[attack]] phase, and as long as the gate remains high, it will then precede through the [[decay]] and whatever other phases exist until it reaches the [[sustain]] phase, at which it wil remain as long as the gate remains high. The trailing edge of the gate will initiate the [[release]] phase. The leading edge of a pulse at the trigger input will also initiate the attack phase, after which the envelope generator will proceed through all of its phases without interruption, as long as another trigger pulse does not occur. If another trigger does occur, the envelope generator will immediately jump back to the beginning of its attack phase, no matter what phase it is at.
 
When an [[envelope generator]] has both gate and trigger inputs, the usual behavior is: the leading edge of a pulse at the gate input will initiate the [[attack]] phase, and as long as the gate remains high, it will then precede through the [[decay]] and whatever other phases exist until it reaches the [[sustain]] phase, at which it wil remain as long as the gate remains high. The trailing edge of the gate will initiate the [[release]] phase. The leading edge of a pulse at the trigger input will also initiate the attack phase, after which the envelope generator will proceed through all of its phases without interruption, as long as another trigger pulse does not occur. If another trigger does occur, the envelope generator will immediately jump back to the beginning of its attack phase, no matter what phase it is at.
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