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Back to the simple things; Multiply a sine wave by 3

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Re: Back to the simple things; Multiply a sine wave by 3

Postby Spogg » Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:05 am

I'm posting this on behalf of BobF because he's had the dreaded "quota" message.

It seems to work well, so thanks Bob! Great stuff.

Cheers

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Re: Back to the simple things; Multiply a sine wave by 3

Postby BobF » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:47 pm

Hello Gang,

Here is a little module that supplies 10 sines, F1 to F10 with adjustable gain and also each output can be inverted. It is interesting when mixing these and you invert various sines the waveform changes shape, yet the harmonics all stay the same. Well I really hope this is useful to some or all. Please, do comment and make suggestions if you have them and if you come up with any cool uses please share.

Later then, BobF.....

https://www.dropbox.com/s/1m1zeg2tau40z ... s.fsm?dl=0

PLEASE, let me know if you download, just like to get an idea of how many. Thanks.....
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Re: Back to the simple things; Multiply a sine wave by 3

Postby Duckett » Thu Apr 02, 2020 9:30 am

Hi gang,

While we're all spending lots of time inside, I could be working on ironing kinks and polishing features of existing projects.. but, of course, I'm poking around other people's schematics, like this one, to unwind instead.

I've discovered that some interesting results can be obtained with an XY pad, auto-correlate and Hilbert real-to-complex... right now, it's doing great at producing woodwind- or brass-like timbre morphing, as well as the subtle sort of variation in timbre you hear when walking around a source of ground hum, or by heavy-duty electrical stuff..

Whee! I'll post an .fsm when there's one worth posting, that you might gaze in awe and embarrassment at the kludgefest it will be :P
We have to train ourselves so that we can improvise on anything... a bird, a sock, a fuming beaker! This, too, can be music. Anything can be music. -Biff Debris
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Re: Back to the simple things; Multiply a sine wave by 3

Postby Spogg » Thu Apr 02, 2020 1:05 pm

BobF wrote:...Here is a little module that supplies 10 sines, F1 to F10 with adjustable gain and also each output can be inverted. ...


Very nicely done Bob! :ugeek:

Thanks for sharing and proving a principle.

Cheers

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Re: Back to the simple things; Multiply a sine wave by 3

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Fri Apr 03, 2020 8:39 pm

I've never used sine to this extent; but will try and surely will find this stimulating :).
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