cos(x) for signalscos(x) for signals. this is a real sine function based around pi - unlike msp's cos~ which is based around 1 so it can be used as a lookup table for phasor

cosine functioncosine function. cos~ produces a signal which is the cosine of its input multiplied by 2 pi. This produces a listenable sine wave when driven by a phasor~ at audio rates.

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