LEAD Audio Phaser Filter User Interface

The Phaser Audio filter makes the audio thinner or fuller. This distinctive sound is obtained by creating one or more notches in the frequency domain that eliminate sounds at the notch frequencies. Notches are created by filtering the signal, and mixing the filtered signal with the input signal. The flanger, a specific type of phasing, also makes use of notches. The property page is shown in the figure below:

LEAD Audio Phaser Filter property page

Changes will be applied directly to the streaming media with the ability to set them permanently by selecting Apply or OK, or to abandon changes by selecting Cancel. Positioning the mouse pointer over a control displays general information for that control. The following table shows the controls and their descriptions:

Control

Description

Enable check box

Enables/Disables the effect.

Combine check box

If selected, preserves the difference between the wet and dry mixes.

Wet mix % slider

Controls the level of processed signals. Adjust to control the pass-through volume of the processed signal.

Dry mix % slider

Controls the level of unprocessed signals. Adjust to control the pass-through volume of the unprocessed signal.

Feedback slider

Controls the feedback of the repeated signal, by default from -100 to 100. Zero feedback will result in only a single repeat, while nonzero feedback settings will generate numerous repeats.

Delay slider

Controls the level of Phasing effect. Larger values result in greater delay times.

Stereo slider

Controls the phase difference between the left and right channel.

Depth slider

Controls the amount of the filter output that is added to the sound.

Rate slider

Controls how quickly the notches sweep up and down over the frequency range.

Default button

Restores properties to their default values.

Set as Default button

Saves the current property values as the default values.

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