Hey, so I've been having a lot of fun drawing waveforms with the no-antialiasing saw -> graphic shaper trick, and with the new shaper updates, that's more powerful than ever—but it's also got me thinking about waveforms in general, on how to conceptualize/interpret/anticipate the effect of a given change at this or that point in the cycle. Is there a logic to it? Apart from, you know, sharp shifts introducing more high harmonics, rounded ones lending themselves more to darker tones, etc. Like, for example, if the graph of a waveform represented frequency x amplitude, one could focus on the lower region to alter low frequency content, etc. But the x-axis doesn't plot frequency, right? Seeing as a shift in the waveform's phase doesn't fundamentally alter the frequency content of the wave. I guess it's more abstract? Do any of you guys have a way of thinking about waveforms that helps you shape them in a more deliberate way?