Shifts all the frequencies of the incoming signal linearly by a given frequency.
What the node does:
The 'Frequency shifter' node shifts all the frequencies of the incoming signal linearly by a given frequency resulting in a sound comparable to ring modulation by a sine wave. While ring modulating (simply multiplying) a signal with a sine wave also shifts the frequencies of the signal, it always does it in both directions (up and down), this node basically splits the ring modulated signal using a 'Bode shifter' algorithm into two parts.
In: Input signal.
FM: Frequency shift modulation input [Hz].
OUp: Output signal with frequencies shifted up. [-1..1]
ODwn: Output signal with frequencies shifted down. [-1..1]
OF: Modulated frequency shift output [Hz].
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