I have been looking all over and reading the data sheet for information on how the "9" pwm channels work. Sorry if this has been covered before but I didn't see anything that exactly stated what i'm trying to figure out.
From what I understand the PWM pins are OC1AU, OC1BU, OC1AV, OC1BV, OC1AW, OC1BW, OC1AX, OC1BX, and ,OC0A; I am just interested in the the first 4 listed (OC1AU - OC1BV). My biggest question, is can they all be set to a different duty cycle. Frequency I am setting to around 36khz and fast PWM for motor control. If they can be set to different duty cycles, how is this done with only two compare registers OCR1A and OCR1B. I see in data sheet where TCCR1D is used to enable the output compare pins.
The only thing I can think of is the compare registers would have to be constantly updated with a new value and the TCCR1D updated to which pin for that value would be associated too.