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|Comment by: mute|
|Written on: 2004-6-25|
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|Documentary: ||          ||Ignore the description, this isn't a modulation effect. It's very slick distortion + filter.|
As with many HD machines the parameters are slightly misleading and since there's no help file it can be hard to understand whats going on.
Here's the basics:
Drive Amount - Drive, duh
Cutoff - duh ;]
Resonance - duh ;]
Input Gain - duh ;]
Output Gain - this can be used Limit over all output, and at high drive amounts acts like a Clamp
Num Filtres - Number of Poles on the filter (steepness) + multiplication of the Drive amount (x1, x2, x3, etc)
Inertia - duh ;] time it takes for parameter changes to reach their new settings.
Anyways. This is a very wiked and evil distortion machine. Another unique one that stands above the rest.