I don’t understand what’s happening here. I’ve been experimenting myself with this technique, using other oscillators and even noises to control wrap, fold, and wrap2 and fold2 too, got some crazy sounds, but I don’t really understand what’s going on.
wrap takes two arguments (lo and hi), so what is the SinOsc really doing here? setting the low level only while leaving the high at 1.0? setting both boundaries dynamically? same with fold.
I tried w/ wrap2 and fold2 and got sound too, though different, and I can’t really explain why even looking at plot graphs (kind of a newbie, sry).
Yes, the hi argument will stay at it’s default of 1.0 if you don’t set it.
But wrap2 and fold2 only have 1 argument which is used for both min and max, above and below zero.
So mySig.wrap2(0.8) is equivalent to mySig.wrap(-0.8, 0.8).
That means that if you use SinOsc as the argument for wrap2/fold2, it will change both the min and max.
This shows both wrap and wrap2:
a = (-1.0, -0.99 .. 1.0);
b = a.wrap2(0.8);
c = a.wrap(-0.8, 0.8);
[a, b, c].plot;