Graphical stereo oscillator with original Polygonal Synthesis
Order defines the number of corners on the polygon, which can range from a line (order 2) to an almost perfect circle (order 28) with all fractional settings in between. The number of corners defines the ratio of overtones with respect to the fundamental frequency: a low count keeps the harmonics near the fundamental frequency, a high order shifts them up.
One of the benefits of a digital oscillator core is precise frequency tracking for linear FM modulation. Here, the builtin operator modulates the fundamental frequency for FM madness. FM Ratio is settable and quantizable, FM Amount goes from subtle growls in the lows to aliasing madness at high frequencies.