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The sine wave is the simplest waveform there is. It has no additional harmonics. It is suitable for very soft sounds or for use with FM.



Controls the amount of harmonics to be added to the sine wave in use of phase distortion. As higher the value as more harmonics will be added. Simply said, the sine wave gets morphed to a sawtooth approximation.



In sync mode a hidden sync oscillator is activated and controls the main pitch of the signal. In sync mode the Shape fader controls the synched Oscillator’s frequency. As you change the Shape value you get strong changes in timbre, the typical synched sound.

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