Sine bank in Iannix (Additive synthesizer)

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    H.H. Alejandro
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    Hello again! A desired feature would be to add a Sine bank into Iannix, I´ve tested Iannix as an additive synthesizer with pure data, but it was tricky and difficult to do and a lot of problems came out and needed lots of help, and maybe you can do it better.
    It is ideal to have 100 cents per second in Y or 1000, or 10000 notes between semitones in Y (a 1000 notes per second in Y), this way it is even and easy for music making and calculation(If i want a half tone plus 28 cents, i would put the note or curve at 1.28Y). One problem I had when testing was that the sine wave was still sounding when the triggers duration had ended or when the curve had ended.
    I made this with OSC, and the way I mapped it was so that I got 128 notes on 128 seconds in Y, it is perfect this way for music making, and I got a pretty big sound range from bottom to top by stacking sinewaves with full volume at the lower notes and less volume at the top.
    I hope you could integrate this because I still have unwanted sounds when playing with different sinewaves at different volumes.
    Thank you so much, Alejandro.
    (It is perfect to have a semitone for each second in Y).

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    H.H. Alejandro
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    Also, It is neat to map the notes volume in Z dimension. Whether it is a trigger or a glissandi curve changing in z.

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    H.H. Alejandro
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    And maybe you could make it so that instead of stacking several curves to get sound from lowest to top, you would only need one curve/note.

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    H.H. Alejandro
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    So basically the way the cursor is configured now but with sinewaves integrated (same notes would be there).

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