Audio Phaser

6 delay lines Phaser module.

Phasing effect is created by splitting an audio signal into two paths. One path treats the signal with an all-pass filter, which preserves the amplitude of the original signal and alters the phase.

The amount of change in phase depends on the frequency. When signals from the two paths are mixed, the frequencies that are out of phase will cancel each other out, creating the phaser's characteristic notches.

Settings

bypass

Bypasses the module.

in

Audio input.

out

Audio output.

rate

LFO frequency.

depth

Depth of the phasing effect: 0: no effect 1: maximum effect.

feedback

Amount of feedback.

low Freq

Low range of the frequency bandwidth.

high Freq

High range of the frequency bandwidth.

See also

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