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Warmth: Adds additional, pleasing harmonic content to the signal. Positive settings "fatten" the sound, while negative setting are used to "thin" or "digitalize" a source.
Color: Multiplies the intensity of the original IR color from natural to several times greater. Negative settings reverse the color.
Norm Mode: Norm mode is straight modeling (100% wet). The intensity is set by the Color control.
Blend Mode: In blend mode, a cross-fade is calculated in real-time between the dry (original) and the wet (convoluted) signals.
The ratio of these signals, as a result of this cross-fade, is based on the amplitude of your input signal.
The hotter the input signal, the more color in the final result, as the cross-fade will tend more towards the wet signal.
That's pretty cool already, but here's something even better! By changing the strength of the wet signal, you can reshape the dynamics of your audio!
And this compression (or expansion) is oh-so-nice and colored!
SLOW/FAST: User-selectable speed /knee options for blend mode operation. "SLOW" will provide a gentle softknee, "compressor-like", operation. "FAST" use an harder and more agressive knee that emulate saturation of preamps & tape machines.
In: Controls the main input level.
Out: Controls the main output level.
The "Lock": When The Lock is on, the output knob automatically compensates for the gain setting of the input knob. Usefull for "driving" the emulated unit when in BLEND mode.
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