Simple Effects

EFFECT LIST & FUNCTIONS 


FILTER:

  • CUTOFF - This lets you set the filters frequency.

  • RESO - This lets you set the filters resonance amount.

  • TYPE - This lets you change between the three filter types (Low pass, Bend pass, High pass).


LO-FI:

  • BITS - Controls the bit depth of the output.

  • FREQ - Controls the sample rate of the output.


DISTORTION

  • DRIVE - Controls the distortion amount.

  • DAMPING - Controls a low-pass filter that can be used to soften the harsh overtones produced by the distortion.


CHORUS

  • DEPTH - Controls the amount of LFO modulation.

  • SPEED - Controls the LFO rate.

  • PHASE - Controls the phase difference between the stereo LFOs. Giving you a wide stereo image.

  • WET - Controls the mix between the dry (unprocessed) signal and the wet (processed) signal.

PHASER:

  • DEPTH - Controls the sweep range of the modulation.

  • SPEED - Controls the LFO rate.

  • PHASE – Controls the center point of the phaser.

  • FEEDBACK - Controls the resonance/feedback of the phser.

  • WET - Controls the mix between the dry (unprocessed) signal and the wet (processed) signal.


ROTARY

  • SPEED - Controls the speed of the rotary.

  • BALANCE - Controls the balance between the rotary low and high frequencies.

  • DISTANCE - Controls the distance between the “microphone” and the rotary, resulting in a room sound.

  • WET - Controls the mix between the dry (unprocessed) signal and the wet (processed) signal. 


STEREO

  • STEREO - Controls the delay time of the right signal, resulting in a wide stereo image.
  • PAN - This shifts the overall panning. 


EQUALIZER:

  • Q - Controls the bandwidth of the selected frequency
  • FREQ - Controls frequency of the selected band between 20 Hz and 20 kHz.
  • GAIN - Sets the gain in dB of the selected band between -18 and 18 dB.


COMPRESSOR:

    THRESHOLD - Sets the threshold at which compression begins.

  • RATIO – This determines the amount of gain reduction.

  • ATTACK - Stets the time after which the compressor kicks in.

  • RELEASE - Sets the time it takes the compressor to recover from the gain reduction.


DELAY

  • Input - Controls amount of signal being sent to the delay.

  • Time - Sets the time intervals between delays (in division of beat) ranging from 1 bar and 128 of a bar.

  • DAMPING - Controls a low-pass filter that can be used to roll off the delay’s high frequencies, resulting in a “tape delay“-like sound.

  • STEREO - Controls the amount of stereo spread of the echoes.

  • FEEDBACK - Adjusts the length of the delay.


REVERB:

  • INPUT - Controls amount of signal being sent to the reverb.
  • TYPE - This lets you choose between the different reverb types. (Studio, Small Room, Medium Room, Stage, Large Hall, Mall Parking, Underground, and Tunnel). - Toggles between the reverb’s Normal and Dark settings. When engaged the reverb will darker/warmer.
  • PREDLY - Controls the delay time before the reverb signal. 
  • LENGTH - Controls the length of the reverb.
  • LO CUT - Controls a high-pass filter that can be used to roll off the reverb’s low frequencies.
  • HI CUT - Controls a low-pass filter that can be used to roll off the reverb’s high frequencies. 



*     OUTPUT - This lets you set the output volume of the effect's section.

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