Ok, let’s make a clean explication on how to do it: (for people from the futur)
-Create osc object [osc~]
-Create amplitude object [*~ ]
-Connect the left outlet of the oscillator into the left inlet of the amplitude object.
-Add a message box, or à fader, or anything that can output a value to the left inlet of the osc to control the frequency.
-Add a message box, or à fader, or anything that can output a value to the right inlet of the amp object to control the volume. (Preferably between 0 and 1)
-scale the output to be between 0 and 1 (because LFO are in -1 and +1) with : [/~ 2] and [+~ 0.5]. (if the amp is in 0 and 1)
-Create a [snapshot~] object to transform audio into number.
-Connect the LFO/OSC output via [+~ 0.5] to the [snapshot~] input.
-Create a [metro] object to create a refresh rate to the snapshot fonction, and add a number to define the refresh cycle, for exemple: [metro 100] (100 millisecond rate)
-Connect the output of the metro to the input of the snapshot in the same input as the LFO/OSC.
-Connect the output of the snapshot to the inlet of the LICH’s cv output object ! ( [s CV_OUT_1 @owl F] )
-Enjoy your new LFO !
Allways remember to right clik every object you create and have a look into the « help » menu to learn how it really work !