The Cos Node computes and outputs the cosine of its input value.
Because the cosine of 0 is 1, this Node outputs a constant 1 signal if you don’t connect anything to it.
The signal to compute the cosine from. The signal value is expected to be in radians.
If your source signal has more than 1 channel, the cosine is computed independently for each channel.
The computed cosine value of the Audio/Control Input.
The channel count is the same as the input channel count.
- The Sin Node outputs the sine of its input, instead of its cosine.
- The Oscillator Node can output a sine wave (almost same as a cosine wave), and is a more advanced Node, with various options specifically for audio synthesis.
- The LFO Node can output a sine wave (almost same as a cosine wave), and has more settings specifically for controlling other effect parameters.