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This is no typical high-gain distortion device, nor a 'decimator' or bit crusher but it is some sort of saturator. It is intended for a mixer's insert path to act as a preamp stage. It smoothes out the transients, gives more overall gain and warms a bit.
On good days, it behaves similar to a tube input stage, adds some gentle warmth to the input signal, brings up the overall level and just sounds as if it's consisting of analog circuits. On bad days it creates muddiness, sounds confusing, crappy and digital as hell.