Rhythmically out-of-sync phasors
Two low-frequency phasor~ objects with slightly different frequencies can create a rhythmic pattern determined by the ratio of the periodicities of the two LFOs. As an example, this patch uses two phasor~ objects with a frequency ratio of 4.5:4, which, when added together, create a 9:8 rhythmic ratio that repeats every two seconds. That pattern is scaled and offset and used to provide frequency information to a cycle~ object, which is being used as the carrier oscillator. The result is a jagged glissando with a particular pattern and rhythm. If the frequencies of the two phasor~objects are changed to a different ratio relationship, a different pattern will result.