Distortion Modules (Distortion Pack)

 

Clipping Stage

 

Pre Lowcut

Adjusts the bandwidth of lower frequencies. The higher you set the LOW CUT FREQ slider, the less extended the bass response will be in the clipping stage. In other words, this adjusts the tone at the front of the clipping stage (before distortion).

 

Pre Highcut

Adjusts the bandwidth of higher frequencies. The lower you set the HIGH CUT FREQ slider, the less extended the high response will be in the clipping stage.

 

Gain

The GAIN KNOB sets the amount of clipping stage input gain and thus controls the clipping stage distortion overall.

 

Distortion

The distortion knob is an extra control that adjusts the amount of distortion in the selected topology.

 

BIAS

Lowering the BIAS ADJUST control will provide a cleaner tone (containing less harmonics), while higher settings will provide a warmer tone (with more harmonics).

 

Topology

Tap to choose among 5 transistors and their different types of distortion. You can also mix clipping and output stages with different topologies to experiment with different tones.

 

Post Lowcut

Adjusts the bandwidth of lower frequencies. The higher you set the LOW CUT FREQ slider, the less extended the bass response will be in the clipping stage.This adjusts the tone at the back of the clipping stage (after distortion)

 

Post Highcut

Adjusts the bandwidth of higher frequencies. The lower you set the HIGH CUT FREQ slider, the less extended the high response will be in the clipping stage.

 

Output Stage

 

Pre Lowcut

Adjusts the bandwidth of lower frequencies. The higher you set the LOW CUT FREQ slider, the less extended the bass response will be in the clipping stage. In other words, this adjusts the tone at the front of the output stage.

 

Pre Highcut

Adjusts the bandwidth of higher frequencies. The lower you set the HIGH CUT FREQ slider, the less extended the high response will be in the clipping stage.

 

Distortion

The distortion knob is an extra control that adjusts the amount of distortion for the selected topology.

 

Topology

Tap to choose among 5 transistors for different types of distortion. You can also mix clipping and output stages with different topologies to experiment with different tones.

 

Post EQ

These controls boost or cut the bass, mid and high frequencies after the output stages.

 

Tone

This control high and low frequency with different distortion stages. You can switch between resonate and tilt mode using the switch on the left of tone knob.

- Resonate

In resonate mode, higher value will boost more high frequency and keep the most low frequencies.

- Tilt

In tilt mode, higher value will reduce low frequency and boost the high frequency.

Lower value will increase the bass and reduce the high frequency.

 

Output

Adjusts the output gain for the clipping stage.

 

Mix

Adjusts the signal balance between clipping and output stages.

 

Studio EQ

 

Preset

Loads factory and user EQ setups. Save and name your user EQ setups.

 

Gain

Adjust the boost or attenuation for bass, mid, and high filters.

 

Frequency

Set the frequency for each filter.

 

Graphic EQ

 

Preset

Load factory and user EQ setups. Save and name your user EQ setups.

 

Filter

Filter 1 is low cut filter,Filter 8 is high cut filter. Filters 2 through 7 are peaking (bell curve) filters.

 

Numbers

Tap a numbered button to turn its filter on.

 

Parametric EQ

 

Preset

Load factory and user EQ setups. Save and name your user EQ setups.

Drag slider to adjust boost or attenuation amount for different frequencies.

 

Power Module

 

Attack

Determines how quickly compression is applied.

 

Release

Determines how quickly compression ceases and the signal level recovers. Higher settings level the sound and increase sustain.

 

COMP

Adjusts the overall compression amount sent to the selected battery module.

 

Output

Adjusts output gain after compression.

 

Battery

Sets the input level (threshold) above which compression begins. It is affected by the level of the COMP control.

 

6V: -45 dB~ -30 dB

9V: -35 dB ~ -20 dB

12V: -25 dB ~-10 dB

18V: -15 dB ~0 dB

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