Sawtooth wave

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The sawtooth wave is a type of non-sinusoidal waveform. It is named is based on it's shape which resembles the teeth on the blade of a saw. A sawtooth wave's sound spectrum contains both even and odd harmonics of the fundamental frequency.

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