[PD] osc~'s phase / second inlet
Steffen
stffn at dibidut.dk
Tue Feb 6 21:43:06 CET 2007
Hey,
I can't figure how the second inlet of osc~ work. As a test i tried
to sum and subtract two osc~'s with the same frequency. If i send 0
to the second inlet of the two osc~ objects, the difference is 0 -
which is what i though would happen. But how do i make the sum 0 -
ie. make them completely out of phase?
I've tried different things. For example I've tried to delay the
reset of the one osc~ while "immediately" resetting the other - by
resetting i mean sending 0 to the second inlet - assuming one can
only reset the phase. Another thing i've tried is to set them at the
same time by sending 0 to one of them and different numbers to the
other - assuming it would behave kind of like sin(f*x+0)+sin(f*x+a)
where a is the other number.
Thanks, steffen
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