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Expressive FX I & II

Offers instant access to a panel of different pre-programmed effects designed to enhance expressive performances.

Two independent FX units which both contain an array of efficient and easy to use effects, customizable by 2 macro parameters. The Expressive FX I output is routed to the Expressive FX II module’s input.

tremolo

Modulation of the amplitude of the signal applied by a triangle LFO.

amount : The depth of the modulation, with no amount corresponding to no modulation at all and full amount corresponding to an amplitude variation between 0% and 100%.
 

rate : Frequency of the LFO (ranging from 0.1Hz to 10Hz)

resonant lowpass

A low pass filter that only allows low frequencies to pass by attenuating high frequencies.

frequency: The cutoff frequency at which attenuation of the higher frequencies begins.
 

q: Resonance of the filter that allows to accentuate the frequencies

at the cutoff point.

resonant high pass

A high pass filter that only allows high frequencies to pass by attenuating low frequencies.

frequency : The cutoff frequency at which attenuation of the lower frequencies begins.
 

q: Resonance of the filter that allows to accentuate the frequencies

at the cutoff point.

autopan

Panning effect where a sinusoidal LFO modulates the left and right channel volume to add movement to your sounds.

amount: The depth of the modulation, with no amount corresponding to no modulation and panning, and full amount corresponding to opposite amplitude variation between 0% and 100% between left and right channels.
 

rate: Frequency of the left/right modulation, ranging from 0 Hz to 10Hz.

distortion

 Non-linear cubic distortion that alters the frequency spectrum by adding harmonics to the signal, producing an effect similar to amplifier distortion.

amount : Crossfade between the input signal and the distorted signal.
 

drive :  Controls the intensity of the distortion, ranging from subtle saturation to heavy “fuzz”-like distortion.

noisifier

Adds noise grains that respond to the amplitude of the incoming signal.

amount:  Crossfade between the input signal and the noise grains signal.
 

tone: Controls the grains density while shifting the frequency band of the noise. Shifting the parameter from left to right will shift the noise frequency band from low to high while decreasing noise grains density.
 

ring modulation

Metallic effect that adds harmonics by modulating the original signal with an extra oscillator.

amount: Crossfade between the incoming signal and processed signal.
 

frequency: Adjust the frequency of the oscillator.

phaser filter

Phaser effect with no internal modulations that acts as a regular filter. Add peaks and notches to the signal.

amount: Control the intensity of the peaks and notches of the filter as well as their spacing.
 

frequency:  Adjust the cutoff frequency of the filter.

phaser negative

Phasing effect with inverted polarity that is controlled and modulated by an internal LFO. Add notches sweeps to the incoming frequency signal. 

intensity: Increases the overall strength of the effect, by increasing depth, notches width, frequency band and feedback gain of the phaser internally.
 

frequency: Controls the frequency rate of the internal LFO which modulates the notches sweeps of the phaser.

phaser positive

Phasing effect that is controlled and modulated by an internal LFO. Add notches sweeps to the incoming frequency signal. 

intensity:  Increase the overall strength of the effect, by increasing depth, notches width, frequency band and feedback gain of the phaser internally.
 

frequency: Controls the frequency rate of the internal LFO modulating the notches sweeps of the phaser.

chorus

Ensemble effect that add thickness and stereo movement to your sounds. The chorus is controlled and modulated by an internal LFO.

intensity : Increase chorus depth and time.

frequency : Controls the frequency rate of the internal LFO responsible for the chorus movements.

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