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Christortion simply excites the harmonics of the input signal. It is also possible to invert the phase of each harmonic. This concept guarantees a very surgical control over the distortion produced.
Reviewed By vata44
January 28, 2011
It seems to have a problem with saving its control state upon loading, so that is annoy cause I have to reprogram it often.
However, I think it is usually worth it. :)
I do not know what this thing does to the sound, but it seems to add distortion in a multiband fashion... however, it never get THICK or CrUnChY... at high doses it tends to become weak.
I don't really think my ears are good enough to know exactly what Aliasing is, but if I had to guess, this probably does a lot of it, because the sounds become "sharp" and almost "square" like at high settings. I never drive things that hard, but unless it is SUPER extreme, it still seems to maintain a musical quality i enjoy.Read more