[sdiy] [synth-diy] numerically controlled superoscillator without hard sync

Roman Sowa modular at go2.pl
Mon Feb 10 16:11:13 CET 2014

well, that 3 lines explained it better than your previous post.
I get it now. So now it seems hard to believe that you can avoid sudden 
timbre changes between octaves, since there is so much switching at the 
boundaries - different wavetable, jumping sample rate, who knows hat else.


W dniu 2014-02-10 14:59, cheater00 . pisze:
> I forgot to add... if you use the DMA/IRQ trick, and use mip-mapping,
> your oscillator only ever needs to move between 22 kHz and 44 kHz,
> plus a margin for hand-over. It's really the sample clock, nothing
> else.
> Cheers,
> D.

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