A waveshaper that can change the pitch of a regular sine wave to its harmonics.
What the node does:
The Chebyshev node is a waveshaper that can change the pitch of a regular sine wave to its harmonics. If the input signal is a regular sine wave (with the amplitude of 1, ranging from -1 to 1), the output is going to be the harmonic described by the parameter 'Order (N)'. If the input signal is anything else, the output of the node is going to be distorted in a unique way.
In: Input signal.
NM: Order modulation input [0..32].
Out: Output signal [-1..1]
ON: Modulated order output [0..32]
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