Ok, so i've been having great fun playing and trying to learn more about FM/PM in Kyma - it makes my heard hurt a little as i'm not a mathematician!
Here is kyma file with a sample being modulated by another sample (with the modindex amount being controlled a spectral analysis of another file for good measure) - you'll need to replace the samples I think.
There is also a file that attempts to pool together different approaches to frequency modulation/phase modulation in kyma. Within the file there are six approaches (Paths), although I think 1 to 4 and number 6 are actually all the same (phase modulation) with the differences being:
1) Phase modulation using oscillators with a max MI of 60
2) Phase modulation using oscillators with phase being controlled by Float Pi * 2
3) Phase modulation using oscillators with phase being controlled by Double Pi * 2 (appears same as above - confused what is difference in message).
4) Phase modulation using samples with timeindex (as oscillators) with a max MI of 60
6) Same as Path 3 except that the messages in frequency parameters for the mod and carrier are switched.
Path 5 is the FM example from the Kyma library (taken, along with Path 6).
One thing i'm a bit confused about, even with studying the scopes etc., is which approach makes the three approaches outlined in this informative video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU-eDTntDA4&t=163s. I think that 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 are all PM and 5 is thru-zero fm. How would i get analogue stype FM?
Sorry, these are probably silly questions but any help appreciated :)
Thanks so much!