Yes, i know what all of this is.. and NO, i did NOT have an A(1) in Physics class.. i had a D(4) tbh

Yes, i know what all of this is.. and NO, i did NOT have an A(1) in Physics class.. i had a D(4) tbh | MY FRIENDS FACE WHEN I TELL HIM ABOUT ADDITIVE AND SUBTRACTIVE SYNTHESIS FOR GENERATING NON-SINUSOIDAL WAVEFORMS AND THEIR HARMONIC/INHARMON | image tagged in memes,creepy condescending wonka,synthesizer | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Additive synthesis is a method for generating musical tones/notes with mixing multiple sine-waves with different frequency together and therefore achieving the sound of a triangle,square and saw wave. The spectrum shows the different frequencies used for the sound, including their amplitude. Subtractive synthesis is basically just taking the frequencies and the amplitude and change it. That‘s what the ADSR-envelope-shaper does(It controlls the Amplitude. Attack,Decay,Sustain and Release). Frequencies can be cut off by different types of filters, which, as the name says already, filter frequencies at a specific point.
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Subtractive synthesis changes nothing but the amplitude on the frequency spectrum. On an oscilloscope it changes height of the amplitude and a filter changes what frequencies are seen on the oscilloscope
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Oh come on, i just typed that in manually, do you even know what frequency of a sound is?
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Frequency (measured in Hertz) changes the pitch of the tone. The higher the frequency, the higher the amount of cycles a waveform makes(A waveform is just a graph with repeating phases). For example: 251.1Hz is a C2(I think).
It can go up to 15.000 Hz(Cycles per second) and we would still hear it.
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All in all: Higher frequency=Higher pitch
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Thanks for trying, though :-)
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Why did imgflip just change my emoji into four question marks??
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It wasn't changed. It just doesn't show up in this site. You're probably clicking on an emoji from your cell, right? Well, others have done the same thing with the same results as you. The viewer sees only question marks, and they think you're confused or something. LOL
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???? It took me almost 2 years to learn almost everything about sound-synthesis methods, such as Frequency Modulation(FM, like on the Radio), AM(Also on the Radio) and all the other types AND learn basically everything a synth does and how it does it. Only 1 month for the rest of electronic music production
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That’s no wonder then
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r/iamverysmart
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Or maybe I know none of it... It sounds somewhat familiar.
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U know what double FM (OSC A->B;B->C) combined with fine tune pitch automation on one of the modulation oscillators does?
If yes you’ve already heard the best dubstep bass in the world
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I have no idea what that means... lol
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Search on YouTube for double FM and watch the video by Rocket Powered Sound. It sounds DOPE
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