Explanation of Cycle Chord Pack
Cycle Chord Pack is a sample pack containing single cycle chord waveforms.
Single-cycle code waveforms are created by resynthesizing from single-cycle waveforms.
This table is expressed in degrees of integer order harmonics up to the 127th harmonic. You can see that the 32nd overtone column of the table approaches the 12th equal temperament.
Cyclic major chord
Creating a cyclic major chord can be done by using the fourth overtone column of the table. By resynthesizing the 4th, 5th, and 6th harmonic highs from the original waveform and adding them together, we get the waveform of a cyclic major chord.
In the Cycle Chord Pack, the original waveform was set to 5871 samples (8.17 Hz = C-1), and the chord sound was created using the base note (261 Hz = C4), which is 32 times higher than the original waveform.