Has something changed between the current release and the release that @robertsyrett used in his “Know Your Nodes” video series? Know Your Nodes pt 1 - Building a Basic Oscillator in Audulus I’m not sure of the release version he had in the videos, but it seems to be very similar to the Version 3.5.2 (101), which is what I am running currently. As you can see from the screen capture above, I have all the same parameters and nodes in my setup, but the sine waves displayed in my patch builder screen have a higher amplitude. I was hoping someone could tell me if this is a bug, a change in the algorithm that makes the display do its magical math wizardry calculation ability, or is this a case of user error? The two formers seem far less likely than the latter, but I wanted to make sure to ask if anyone else could explain this, just in case it is not user error (also, I’m not good with math outside of a shell or interpreter since I’ve been not using geometry/trigonometry for 15 years, so I included a python script below to show the calculated value being expressed by the meter). I hope this is enough information so that you guys can help answer my question. Thanks everyone!
#!/usr/bin/env python import math phasor_in = (-10**2) * 440 phasor_out = phasor_in * (2 * math.pi) wavelength = math.sin(phasor_out) print wavelength