Frequency Modulation: Discover how two oscillators interact

November 29, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

An oscillator can produce a frequency that is too low to be perceived as a pitch. In this case it is known as an LFO or low frequency oscillator. Because the oscillator in your kit can be both low frequency or audio range, you can turn up the frequency of one oscillator and feed it into another oscillator to create “frequency modulation”.

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