FabFilter Volcano 3's interface is divided into multiple sections:
The filter display lets you create up to four different classic, non-linear, self-oscillating
filters, which can be either low/high pass, band pass, bell, low/high shelf, notch or all pass.
See Filter display.
At the bottom of the display, the filter controls provide full
control over all parameters for the currently selected filters. At the left of the filter controls, the
routing button selects the routing of the filters.
The High Quality button controls the oversampling of the internal filter algorithms. See
Auto Mute Self-Osc
When Auto Mute Self-Oscillation is enabled, the possible self-oscillation introduced by the non-linear filters will be muted
automatically when the plug-in input becomes silent. See
On the far right of the bottom bar, you can bypass the entire plug-in and the output button
gives access to input/output level and panning controls.
See Input/output options.
Full Screen mode, resizing and scaling
The Resize button at the far right of the bottom bar lets you change the interface size and scaling.
In addition, click the Full Screen button in the top-right corner of the interface to let Volcano 3
fill the entire screen. See Full Screen mode, resizing and
MIDI Learn lets you easily associate any MIDI controller with any plug-in parameter. See
Presets, undo, A/B, help
With the preset buttons, you can easily browse through the factory presets or save your own
settings so you can re-use them in other songs. The Undo, Redo, A/B and Copy buttons at the top
of the plug-in interface enable you to undo your changes and switch between different states of
the plug-in. Finally, the Help menu provides access to help and version information. See
Loading presets and Undo,
redo, A/B switch.