[chuck-users] phase modulation and hard sync?
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Sun Jun 4 11:39:05 EDT 2017
btw, for adjusting the index, you're just multiplying the frequency to the
index, you should also multiply it by 2pi (like Jean found out by accident).
2017-06-04 12:29 GMT-03:00 Alexandre Torres Porres <porres at gmail.com>:
> 2017-06-04 4:24 GMT-03:00 mario buoninfante <mario.buoninfante at gmail.com>:
>> this is the simplest modulation, that usually is considered as FM, but in
>> the end is a PM.
> Well, as I see it, it should be either FM or PM, it can't be one but in
> the end is something else. And your code is can only (not usually) be
> considered FM.
> But it seems you're saying both are related, without getting into details
> - which is something we've already discussed here, and I've also pointed
> out (with no details either). But the bottom line is that they're
> different, and the same input parameters generate different results. Though
> I've said before the parameters can be "converted"/"adjusted" to sound
> the same.
> Namely, the same modulation index does not generate the same result (Jean
> noticed that), and I can add the detail that the same modulating
> signal/waveform generate different results too. For example, a triangular
> wave modulating the phase is the same as a square wave modulating the
> frequency. So, they're quite different.
> In terms of sine waves, what we've been doing so far, if you modulate the
> phase with a sine wave, you need to modulate the frequency with a cosine
> Like I pointed before, if you're going for a phase modulation
> implementation, you should just modulate the phase instead of trying to
> replicate it via frequency modulation, cause it's just more convenient to
> do directly via phase modulation if you want it to behave like that.
> And that noted, several FM modules are not actually implemented via
> frequency modulation, but phase modulation (i.e DX7 and native's
> instruments FM8).
> Anyway, performing FM in Chuck is easy and straightforward, it was never a
> question. The relationship between FM and PM was known and does not really
> mean they're both the same thing.
> Hence, there's still a need to quest for an easy implementation of phase
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