Im just looking for clarification on something, its not necessarily an issue, just a deviation from the norm:
In my lessons, ive been taught that the default phase of a wave starts at 0 degrees:
The sine wave starts in the positive direction, beginning at 0 degrees phase.
But, in vital, 0 degrees is opposite, an inverted sine.
I set the phase to 0, play a sine wave, and the resulting audio file begins in the negative direction (as if it is actually in 180, inverted phase)
Vital, by default has all the oscillators set to 180 degrees, so that it oscillates as if it were in 0 degrees, but i am wondering, why not start the wave at 0 degrees instead?
It seems to break all physics conventions ive been taught.
Just wondering what the reason is, its not an issue, just a confusion