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How should 4 point polyBLAMP work. It does not really seem to dampen aliasing.

I have an floating point digital audio oscillator that makes a +1.0f jump at the end of every period.

My question is, have I misunderstood how it should work?

I have been using these as reference: http://www.dafx17.eca.ed.ac.uk/papers/DAFx17_paper_100.pdf https://www.researchgate.net/publication/307990687_Rounding_Corners_with_BLAMP

Here is how I thought it should be done: (the code gets run every sample)

float t = phase / period; //normalized position in period
float dt = deltaPhase / period; // normalized phasestep

float polyBLAMP = 0.0f;
if (t < dt) {
    float d = (t)/dt; // fractional delay
    polyBLAMP = (3.0f*powf(d,5.0f)-10.0f*powf(d,4.0f)+40.0f*powf(d,2.0f)-60.0f*d/2.0f+28.0f)/120.0f;
} else if (t < dt*2.0f) {
    float d = (t-dt)/dt;
    polyBLAMP = (-powf(d,5.0f)+5.0f*powf(d,4.0f)-10.0f*powf(d,3.0f)+10.0f*powf(d,2.0f)-5.0f*d+1.0f)/120.0f;
} else if (t > 1.0f - dt) {
    float d = (dt-1.0f+t)/dt;
    polyBLAMP = (-3.0f*powf(d,5.0f)+5.0f*powf(d,4.0f)+10.0f*powf(d,3.0f)+10.0f*powf(d,2.0f)+5.0f*d+1.0f)/120.0f;
} else if (t > 1.0f - dt*2.0f) {
    float d = (2.0f*dt-1.0f+t)/dt;
    polyBLAMP = powf(d,5.0f)/120.0f;
}
float output = osc(phase)+polyBLAMP;
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