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buffer~ External Multichannel sample buffer
buffer~ works in conjunction with many different objects, including play~/groove~ (to play the buffer), record~ (records into the buffer), info~ (to report information about the buffer), peek~ (to write into/read from the buffer like the table object), lookup~ (to use the buffer for waveshaping), cycle~ (to specify a 512-point waveform), and wave~ (to specify a waveform).
cycle~ External Table-lookup oscillator or function generator
Table-lookup oscillator or function generator. cycle~ uses a stored table of 512 samples to generate functions. By default it uses a sine wave, but you can give it a function stored in a buffer~ object.
jr.lfoautopan~ Abstraction use a sine curve (cycle~) as function for stereo autopanning
kink~ External Distort the output of a phasor~
Distort the output of a phasor~. kink~ takes phasor~ values and distorts them according to a slope factor. If the input times the slope is less than 0.5, that value is output. Otherwise, a complentary slope is used, equal to 0.5 at the same input value but equal to 1 when the input is 1. This creates a bend or "kink" in the phase waveform when the slope is not equal to 1. If you feed the output of kink~ into a cycle~, the result is that the first part (before the kink) of the wavetable is scanned much more quickly than the second part (after the kink). Can you say CZ-101? Sure you can.
phasor~ External Sawtooth ramp generator
Phasor~ generates a sawtooth wave. This can be listened to directly, or used as a phase generator for a table-lookup oscillator, such as cycle~ or wave~.
plugphasor~ External Output 0-1 ramp beat-synchronized with host
Output 0-1 ramp beat-synchronized with host. When the host's transport is playing, plugphasor~ will output a beat-synchronized ramp (like phasor~). This ramp can be used to drive a cycle~ for a beat-synced LFO.
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