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Ok tnx for clarification... just to see if i understand the right way ... suppose i start with all harmonics at zero .. i should have no sound .. so i choose a note with the sample knob, say C1, just to decide where i want to set my fundamental .. and then respect that note if i select as an example the third harmonic slider that identify C3 and increase its level .. there is a distribution coming up of other harmonics centered on C3 and which spread on both sides of C3 can be selected with width and scale control. "Width" i guess is how wide is the spectrum around C3 but "scale" control is still unclear.

An other thing that is unclear for me is the 64 harmonic control panel .. because even if starting with the lowest audible note .. A0, since each harmonic means doubling the frequency after 9 harmonics the spectum cannot be audible by any human .. there is no need to have 64 harmonics... so i suppose that each control does not control the "harmonic" in musical sense but instead it should be the coefficient of a 64 taps discrete fourier trasform or Fast Fourier Trasform. (the real part ...) smoothed (or windowed) by Rect, Trian, Blackman, Gauss or other ... I guess is more clear now .. so if i take an audible sample and make the FFT of that signal and rowly set the harmonics sliders like the spectrum of the sample i should have a sound pretty close to the sampled one.