Hi,

Im trying to figure out how some of the superscope codes work. Im checking

"Marco - science of superscope" preset from classic winamp presets list.

here is the code:

code:

init: n=800

frame: t=t-v*0.5

beat: t=t+0.3;n=100+rand(900);

point: d=D/n;r=(i-(t*3));

x=(atan(r+d-t)*cos(r+d-t+i));

y=((i+cos(d+v*1.2))-1.5)*1.7;

z=-(cos(t+i)+log(v)*cos(r*3))*3;

red=cos(r)+1;

blue=sin(r);

green=sin(i)/2

Here,

- what does the value of variable 'v' hold inside the frame section? I know it holds the spectrum data at point 'i' inside the point section, but what does it mean in the frame section?
- what is the variable 'D'?
- does the z variable actually do anything?