Quasar

André Michelle

Quasar is a device to simulate reverberation.

This device is based on a plate algorithm by Jon Dattorro (1997)

Credits

Quasar Examples

Input Section

  1. pre-delay time - the time between the start of the initial sound and the beginning of the first reflections being audible
  2. low pass filter - reduces the amount of high frequency content of the input spectrum
  3. high pass filter - reduces the amount of low frequency content of the input spectrum
  4. filter slope - the slope controls the steepness of the filter's curve.

Output Section

  1. dry level - the amount of the dry signal to pass through
  2. wet level - the amount of the wet signal to pass through
  3. bypass - disables any modification of the input signal

Plate Section

  1. decay - the length of the decay
  2. damping - the amount of damping that is applied on each feedback iteration

Diffuse Section

  1. input - the amount of diffusion for the input circuit (most diffused near the center; least diffused on either extremes; resonates when near 100%)
  2. tank - the amount of diffusion for the tank circuit (most diffused near the center; least diffused on either extremes; resonates when near 100%)

Vibrato Section

  1. amount - the amount of the vibrato
  2. frequency - the frequency of the vibrato

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