A constant function which can be offset. It has the following controllable parameters: Thickness: Controls how far the function is offset vertically away from the main strand.
 
A linear function which increases lefttoright. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls the slope (steepness) of the function.
 
A linear function which decreases lefttoright. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls the slope (steepness) of the function.

A standard wavy, sin(x)based function with low frequency, long waves. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the waves are.
 
A standard wavy, sin(x)based function with high frequency, short waves. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the waves are.

This lowfrequency function is based on sin(x), and is useful for making objects look bumpy. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the hills are.
 
This is the highfrequency version of the above function. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the hills are.

A spiky, sharp lowfrequency function. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the peaks are.
 
A spiky, sharp highfrequency function. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the peaks are.

A standard square wave function. Useful as a base layer for multiple envleope layers. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the peaks are.
 
A standard triangular wave function. It has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the peaks are.

A quadtratic increasing function. Unlike the linear kind, this function increases nonlinearly. It has a sharp end and has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the highest point of the function is.
 
A quadtratic decreasing function. Unlike the linear kind, this function decreases nonlinearly. It has a sharp end and has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the highest point of the function is.

A square root increasing function. The rate of the increase of this function is highest on one end, and lowest on the other. It has a blunt end and has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the highest point of the function is.
 
A square root decreasing function. The rate of the decreasing of this function is highest on one end, and lowest on the other. It has a blunt end and has the following controllable parameters:
Amplitude: Controls how high the highest point of the function is.

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