MATRIXSYNTH: tELHARMONIC Phase Modulation Algorithm (P OUT)

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

tELHARMONIC Phase Modulation Algorithm (P OUT)

Published on Aug 19, 2015 MAKEN0ISE

"Each voice of the Phase-Modulation Algorithm uses 3 sine wave oscillators arranged as 2 modulators and one carrier and the modulators and carrier are phase-locked. This algorithm will create a large number of harmonically locked partials by reshaping the carrier (similar to wavefolding).

The CENTROID controls the frequency ratio of the modulation, and hence the brightness. The FLUX controls the depth of modulation, which determines the number of partials. When the FLUX is full CCW, this is the largest number of partials; when full CW, there is only one (a sine wave). The CENTROID controls two adjacent harmonic modulation partials from 1 to 8. For example, when
CENTROID is at 2.5, the modulator will be an even mix of harmonics 2 and 3."

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