I've been dissecting this drum patch attached, taken from this larger patch:
It seemed pretty straightforward to me, until I came across the part where noise~ is running through an osc~. What I don't understand is the osc~ receiving two signals from its left inlet at the same time. I can't see how it would deal with that, does it add the signals, or multiply them, or ignore one?
Maybe since osc~ outputs a value between 1 and -1, it only exists to reduce the volume of the noise~ multiplied by a large number. Then again, the speaker can't deal with a value higher than 1 or lower than -1, so I don't get how it makes a difference. If anyone could explain this to me it would be appreciated.