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I built a weather system which consists of a combination of a parametric rain, parametric wind, and occasionally triggered thunderclaps (only when “Rain Intensity” is near max).

Currently, as you increase “Rain Intensity” parameter, the rain layers’ volume increases with a graph. However, I added a twist to the mix: If the “Wind Intensity” grows beyond a certain limit, it also affects the rain volume, dropping it slightly (so that the sounds of the wind overpower the sounds of the rain when it’s very windy).

It seems to work correctly, but still, the case seems a bit controversial. There are two parameters controlling the same variable (Rain Intensity –> Rain layer volume / Wind Intensity –> Rain layer volume).

So the question is; in cases like these, which parameters override which? Should these systems be built in a certain order for everything to work? How are conflicts like these logically handled?

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Ah, in that case there is no conflict.

Does this apply to other parameters as well (such as pitch or filter cutoff)?

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