The idea for Many Worlds began when we were experimenting with different LFO shapes for a phaser project‚Äìinitially starting with the core of the classic "orange box" phaser but with a number of extra features. This LFO framework eventually led to experiments involving the modulation of one LFO by another. This is where the name Many Worlds comes from‚Äîthe "Many Worlds" interpretation of quantum mechanics is a theory by Hugh Everette which states that quantum wave function collapse is actually the superposition of quantum states built by the decoherence of independent wave functions. This leads to the theory of parallel universes where quantum measurements have opposite results.
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