Sampling & Aliasing: Sine Example

In the following example, a sine wave's frequency can be changed with an upper limit of $10\ \mathrm{kHz}$. Depending on the sample frequency of the system running the browser, this will lead to aliasing, once the frequency passes the Nyquist frequency:

Pitch (Hz):

Output Gain:

Time Domain:

Frequency Domain:

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