# Modulation Curve#

Modulation curves are used to map values based on two axis.

click on an empty spot on the graph the insert another curve point.

Double click on a curve point to delete it. You can also delete a curve point by clicking on it to select it and hitting the Delete key.

- The dropdown menu determines the method of interpolating between the curve points.
*Constant:*Values stay constant until the next curve point is reached. This results in jumping values.*Linear:*Values move linearly from one curve point to another. This is useful for getting very predictable results, but can result in robotic looking transitions.*Cosine:*Flattens the curve around points, making the transitions smoother.*Cubic:*Interpolates a smooth curve around the points. This is the best looking curve, but it can give unpredictable results as values in between points can go higher than the highest point and lower than the lowest point.

Set the graph to a two point curve with both points at the maximum value.

Set the graph to a two point curve with both points at the minimum value.

Set the graph to a two point curve with the first point at the minimum value and the second point at the maximum value.

Set the graph to a two point curve with the first point at the maximum value and the second point at the minimum value.

Set the graph to a three point curve with the first point at the minimum value, the second point at the maximum value, and the third point at the minumum value.

Set the graph to a three point curve with the first point at the maximum value, the second point at the minimum value, and the third point at the maximum value.