i have learnd that there is a formula(i cant find it yet)

were you can calculate the harmonics of the saw,square,triangle,ecc. just by adding sinewaves

i think it is for the saw: 2ndharmonic= 2*freq/(amp/2) 3rdharmonic=3*freq/(amp/4)...

how about to add different sinewaves and with that formula into the js code and lets say to calculate 24 harmonics for each....

it will be a long code...

has somebody tried that?

are there some problems with disturbs or noise or something?

and thanks for the answers....

edit:

if that is a solution i could do that with excel..

has the alaising thing to do with the "Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem"?

This says that a audio signal with fmax can be reconstructed as a digital signal if the sampling frequency is bigger than 2*fmax. (Got this from wikipedia, correct me if i am wrong)....

if the frequency is higher than fmax*2... then i have to apply a lowpassfiler? with cutting(idk if this is the right therm) of -60db?

has that to do with the 44100?