[CM] Cmdist Digest, Vol 161, Issue 2

James Hearon j_hearon at hotmail.com
Sun Oct 3 10:24:01 PDT 2021

Hi Bill,

re: polyooid-partial-amps-and-phases gen

Thank you.  I see the sndscm.html#peakphasesdoc now, and that helps explain what the obsolete polyoid-partial-amps-and-phases gen was doing in the phase parameter of an oscillator.

Polywave is certainly a deep and fascinating area of Snd for synthesis.

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Thanks for the bug report.  That example is obsolete;
polyoid is now a wrapper around polywave.  I didn't
notice it because it is commented out.  noid and polyoid
play games with initial phases -- they were part
of the minimum-peak-amplitude project (see


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