- Foldback: A synth classic with assymetry contol and subtle parallel LP filters to take the edge off.
- Sinucon: Sine-Waveshaping with Mid/Side mixing.
- Recticon: A rectifier with a twist, it will start soft limiting itself with high input levels. Pre HP & LP filters are provided to taylor the input signal to generate specific upper harmonics to blend in with the original signal. Good for subtle bite.
- Broken: A digital OR effect that just breaks everything, extra HP & LP filters are provided to pick out the good bits.
- Cosinus: Cosine-Waveshaping with Mid/Side mixing.
- LowPhi: A nasty Samplerate Reducer with input and output LP filters.
- Quantile: A simple Quantizer with Mid/Side mixing.
- Residue: A borderline crazy distortion, based on a modified quadratic residue formula. Try this on bass guitar.
- P 22d7: A tweaked emulation of a hi-gain guitar pedal distortion, multiple clipping stages provides some mean sustain. It also has it's own specialised EQ.
- P Driver: A highly asymmetrical guitar pedal distortion with mid-range bite.
- P Blue: Primarily a bass guitar distortion pedal, with asymmetry and presence control.
- P Octapus: A pedal style octave divider/bass adder, only works with very simple waveforms.
- P Wah: An emualtion of a classic, uses ZDF filter for a smooth sweep.
- Twins: Twin ZDF Bandpass Filter network envelope follower, thin and very resonant.
- Telebox: Made primarily for the 'call and answer' effect with vocals. Also try this on a trumpet/brass sections with low drive, for a vintage feel.
- RingSting: An emulation of a diode-based ringmodulator, with an envelope for some 'drunken sailor' sounds. An old and useful mixing trick to rough-up vocals is to use a dash of ringmodulation in parallel.
- Bi-Trem: From straight tremolo to auto-pan. Works quite differently from a regular tremolo, this adds the LFO directly to the input signal and then passes it to a non-linear function. Bias control is available.
- LP 12CC: A unique ZDF 12dB LP Filter. Cutoff control is calibrated in octaves for easy automation.
- BandShift: A low rate frequency shifter, where the left goes up and right goes down for an auto-pan like effect. Post filters are provided to taylor it to a specific range.
- Slurr: An approximation of slew-rate limiting. Kind of like the filter you never wanted for x-mas but got inanyway.
- Soft C: A soft clipper.
- Soft S: An unorthodox soft clipper with some mid/side processing.
- FastComp: Just like the name says, it fast. Works best just to trim 3dB or so. Has a non-linear knee.
- Dreifach: Means "Triple" in German. A 12dB crossover feeds three clippers in parallel.
- Tweevoudig: Means "Twofold" in Afrikaans. A three band splitter feeds the low & mid band into seperate foldback distortions - the highs are bypassed. Asymmetry is available for the mid band.
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