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Slope

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Slope

Slope

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

  • highness - 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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    wolf about 7 months ago

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

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      gåbrëlë10√<====[]====>© about 6 months ago

      hi

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      SirSplash about 7 months ago

      Huh, I didn't know that. That's helpful.

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      Jordi Moragues about 7 months ago

      Frequency sets the cutoff frequency of the filter. Here is a more detailed explanation of the pedal and all the controls: (link is only visible to registered users)

      Slope - Audiotool User Manual - Flash

      The Slope is a software simulation of a filter effect pedal. It alters the frequency content of the input signal, letting you remove unwanted frequencies from it...
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