Slope

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The Slope effect pedal is a filter with 4 different modes, Lowpass, highpass, notch and bandpass.

  • highpass - Passes the signals high frequencies while attenuating (reducing the amplitude of) frequencies lower than the given cut-off frequency.
  • lowpass - Passes the signals low frequencies while attenuating frequencies higher than the given cutt-off frequency.
  • notch - Passes most frequencies unattenuated but attenuates frequencies in a specified range at low levels.
  • bandpass - Passes frequencies within a specified range and attenuates frequencies outside of that range.

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    YOSOYELCIS

    Is bandwidth the same as Q function, for example, as on many other DAWS

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    jonathan_naour

    why cant i create a manual frequency track out of slope

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      Jordi Moragues

      If you mean automating the Frequency knob, just right-click that knob and select Automate Parameter from he context menu. An automation track will appear in your timeline.

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    read-ønly

    I have a quick question about the range of the frequency knob. I noticed that it only goes up to something like 10k hz, and not as far as something like Curve which goes up to 20k I think. Is there a reason for that? I've had times where I've wanted to lowpass a sound just a little bit, and 10k is farther than I want, so I end up using a Curve or something to get it right where I want it.

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      read-ønly

      Alright, thanks

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      André Michelle

      There is no reason for the limit. It was just a bad decision 10 years ago.

      If you leave the spectrum-view disabled in Curve and disable all filters you do not need, it should not take way more of your CPU than a Slope.

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      read-ønly

      Also, if there isn't a way to get it where I want it with just a Slope, is there a more efficient way to get there than with a Curve? I know it uses a lot of CPU

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    MadShaKur

    why i cannot create a pattern track of the slope like in the previous version?

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      Jordi Moragues

      The slope has never used patterns. Maybe you mean automation? It works fine.

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    wolf

    what does all the other stuff mean? sorry im new lol

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