
Obineg
i just read the starting post again  and as it seems i did not do that before asking that question.
it would have been my next question why you do not use coefficients which somebody else made already.
no i havent tested those yet, but i might come back one day with proposals.

Obineg
in my opinion the usual 16x oversampling is almost unavoidable for FM or PD synthesis.
the attempt to take care of the bandlimiting with prior components has to fail everywhere, where even sinewaves as sources will already hit the nyquist barrier.


Obineg
i wonder how you came up with the filter topology and settings and how you were deciding/balancing the filter curve precision vs the LR runtime difference/phase shift.
HRTF FIRs are a beast, and in my experience it already sounds terrible when you take it over to an fft filter.

Obineg
@jameslo said:
@PDPi Wait, if each clone instance is a voice, then they can't share a single phasor because then they'd all have to play the same pitch, which is not my understanding of a polyphonic synth.
the idea of using a central phasor is not that the frequency must remain the same all the time, rather you would derive subphasors from it or use forms of distortion  or clock multiplying  while everything can still be resynced from the master.
that is also how you can realize a naive hardsync oscillator among other things.
the master would be outside the clone patch of course.

Obineg
i dont see the need for that "until loop", if 1000 is not present it would just accumulate another 0.
okay, it might get quite long if you do that for 8 or 10 digits. but a pure arithmetic, oneobject solution is possible
(int($i1(int($i1/10)*10))/1) + (int($i1(int($i1/100)*100))/10) + (int($i1(int($i1/1000)*1000))/100) + (int($i1(int($i1/10000)*10000))/1000) + (int($i1(int($i1/100000)*100000))/10000) + (int($i1(int($i1/1000000)*1000000))/100000) + (int($i1(int($i1/10000000)*10000000))/1000000) + (int($i1(int($i1/100000000)*100000000))/10000000)
feel free to make it a bit shorter using modulo operator  i´d prefer it like so.

Obineg
@oid
i wonder what you think what this feedbackloop should be good for. 
Obineg
the image from fishcrystal contains an important, basic part of the answer in that plot: the math required for a multipointcrossfader is identical to the math in a "equalpower" stereo panner.
using modulation > list > modulo > cos function, as seen above, is a nice short data rate implementation.
if you want to use signals, where you dont have lists, you can optimize that principle further by using buffers and then only use + offsets when reading out the function for the different inputs.