min — Produces a signal that is the minimum of any number of input signals.


The min opcode takes any number of a-rate or k-rate signals as input (all of the same rate), and outputs a signal at the same rate that is the minimum of all of the inputs. For a-rate signals, the inputs are compared one sample at a time (i.e. min does not scan an entire ksmps period of a signal for its local minimum as the max_k opcode does).


amin min ain1 [, ain2] [, ain3] [, ain4] [...]
kmin min kin1 [, kin2] [, kin3] [, kin4] [...]


ain1, ain2, ... -- a-rate signals to be compared.

kin1, kin2, ... -- k-rate signals to be compared.

See Also

max, maxabs, minabs, maxaccum, minaccum, maxabsaccum, minabsaccum, max_k


Author: Anthony Kozar
March 2006

New in Csound version 5.01