Could someone guide me, how to sync a bunch of different waveforms? Forum..tutorial..whatever :P
I mean, i’m trying to add, substract, multiply, divide for example a : CYCLE, PHASOR, TRI, RECT with a matrix, but once I do an operation, I sometimes end up seeing with scope~ that it isn’t the same resulting wave, so I think it is due to not being sync all the signals…
Thanks for your help and time!
Use a phasor~ and rate~ pair, and then generate the waveforms using objects such as cos~ or triangle~, which are driven from 0. – 1.0 ramps.
Gregory, this seems like one of those topics about which somebody should write up a tutorial. ;)
you sync cycle~ with phasor~ by driving cycle~ using a phasor~ in its 2nd inlet.
this is, somehow, why it is called phasor.
I expect that my friend Mr. Dobrian is making a humorous reference to this sequence of tutorials:
There’s also the ‘oscsync-advanced.maxpat’ example in the examples folder.
(osc there stands for oscillator, not open-sound-control ;D)
Found here: Max(4,5,or6)/examples/synths/oscsync-advanced.maxpat
thanks!! I’ll give a try!!
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