Next to the MIDI learn button, the bottom bar contains
various input/output options and settings.
The Channel Mode button switches between the default Left/Right mode or
Mid/Side mode. In Mid/Side mode, the left and right stereo channels are first converted to mid
(mono content) and side (stereo content) signals. These are then processed separately in
each channel. At the end of the processing chain, the signal is converted to normal stereo
again. When in Mid/Side mode, Wet Pan, Input Pan and Output Pan will pan in the M/S domain as
When Auto Mute Self-Osc is enabled, the possible self-oscillation introduced by
the non-linear filters will be muted automatically when the filter stage's input becomes
silent. Otherwise, with extreme peak settings, filters could keep on self-oscillating long after the plug-in has stopped processing audio.
The Global Bypass button lets you bypass the entire plug-in. While most hosts
already provide the ability to bypass plug-ins, our internal global bypass applies soft
bypassing to avoid clicks. While the plug-in is bypassed, the frequency analyzer and
delay display feedback stops and a red line at the top of the bypass button appears.
As soon as you hover the mouse over the output button, right next to the bypass
button, a panel with large input/output/pan knobs will pop up:
The input reading in the output button shows the current (wet) input gain and lets you
adjust it from -36 dB to +36 dB. To change the gain, you simply drag the input reading in the
output button in the bottom bar up and down. For precise adjustments, or to change the
panning, hover over the output button or click it once to access the input gain/pan knobs.
The input gain and pan knobs are also
The output reading shows the current (wet) output gain, also adjustable from -36 dB to +36 dB.
It works the same as the input reading and knobs and is also a modulation target. Note that you can overdrive
the filters by increasing the input gain and reducing the output gain at the same time.