It’s possible for one LFO to use sub waveforms in addition to the main waveform. This can be used to create more complex LFOs. Up to 8 waveforms can be used in one LFO. This opcode is used to select the waveform type used for the second waveform for LFO number N, with the same allowed values as lfoN_wave normally can use. lfoN_ratio2 is important for giving the two waves different frequencies, and lfoN_scale2 scale lfoN_offset2 can optionally be used as well.
lfo01_wave=12 //S&H style LFO used here for randomization lfo01_pitch=10 lfo01_freq=2 lfo01_freq_oncc1=3 lfo01_wave2=1 //Sine waveform for the secondary waveform lfo01_ratio2=4 //4 times faster lfo01_offset2=0 //No offset lfo01_scale2=0.3 //Shallower than the main wave