Another disadvantage was that you get a noticable chirp transient when the phases
realign after one complete cycle of the wavetable.
You don't have this in a piano since the phases never realign again after the initial strike
so you have the transient only at the onset of the note.

Am 14.03.2018 um 11:39 schrieb gm:
Some years ago I tried to make a "stretched partials" sawtooth this way
and found that the tables get prohibitively large
since you are restricted to common devisors or integer multiples for the "spin cycles"
and phase steps of the partials.

The second lowest partial needs to make at least one spin cycle, and
all higher partials need to make an integer multiple of that
which also makes their detuning relationships unnatural compared to
for instance a piano tone.

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