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by cytospur; Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:31 pm
The first knob is called offset and this adds DC offset to the input signal (the mod LED below changes the direction of offset). The next knob is labelled fold and adds some fold back distortion. The next knobs are sat (saturation), feed (feedback - the mod LED changes the signal slightly), delay (for the feedback), HPF (high pass filter), H-REZ (high pass resonance), LPF (low pass filter), clip (hard distortion), followed by a dry/wet control and finally gain (for output). The feedback path actually goes after the clip module and re-enters before the fold back distortion stage, so maybe a future update will change the knob order to reflect this (it's like it is for chronological reasons). Beware that on settings where all settings are high that you will get proper high squealing feedback. I've kept that as a feature and the tone can be changed with the delay knob when it appears.
Anyway, I hope someone else finds a use for it. I've used it as an effect for specific instruments, but also on the master channel (mostly using the saturation, HPF and LPF modules). Finally, this has only been tested (successfully) in Orion.
by cytospur; Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:10 pm
I've tried to make it so that it can be used for a wide variety of things from subtle to not so. Anyway, thanks for taking a look.
by cytospur; Sun Apr 17, 2011 4:49 pm
RunBeerRun wrote:Pretty cool, pretty weird. I like the colors/knobs. The preset manager could use some custom coloring.
Thanks, cool and weird sound like my kind of descriptors
The knobs are from an osm file I got at the SM website. I need to fish out the name, so that I can give a proper acknowledgement. I think it was the Vector Knob maker by pall that I adapted to my own purposes. I also used Andrew J's oversampling toolkit to help reduce aliasing. Work's a charm, I used the 2x oversampling polyphase IIR module.
Yes, I did want to spend some time on the preset manager (including presets) to make it fit in better, I just haven't had that time. I'm off on holiday tomorrow for ten days, so I'll work on that when I get back.
by cytospur; Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:07 am
by Tp3; Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:26 am
Norton has a reputation based system (among other thing) in which it checks if the file is "OK" with the users. maybe put it in a zip and/or contact symantec in order to make this file available to Norton users.
by Dean Aka Nekro; Tue Mar 20, 2012 12:18 pm
All the best