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Harmonic Tremelo

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A harmonic tremelo is basically a pair of tremelos that are 180 degrees out of phase. The first tremelo is run through a low pass filter and the second tremelo is run through a high pass filter. The result is a tremelo type sounds but the volume remains rather constant.

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Flip-flip Octaviser

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Uses the FLIP FLOP OCTAVE model in the destructor to emulate a flip flop circuit to generate tones at the frequency you're playing at or octaves below. This is basically how the original Boss OC-2 pedals worked.

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Multi-band compressor

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Two-band compressor which uses a low-pass and high-pass filter to separate the audio into two components, and then applies independent compressors to each

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Multitudes

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A variable length delay pedal where the feedback path of the main delay ("driver") is routed to a secondary delay ("propagator").

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Compressor / Sustainer

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This is an example that shows how to use the fx_compressor effect to create a compressor sustainer pedal

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Standard Pitch Shifter

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Standard pitch shifter pedal than can pitch shift incoming audio by an arbitrary amount.

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Bit and Sample Rate Crusher

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Uses the BIT_CRUSHER and the SAMPLE_RATE_CRUSHER models in the destructor to both reduce the bit resolution of the audio samples (bit crusher) and reduce the sample rate (sample rate crusher). A sample rate crusher does not use what's called an anti-aliasing filter when it reduces the sample rate and as a result, it produces all sorts of artifacts of the original signal at different frequencies.

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Purple Cobra

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Do not taunt the purple cobra. This is a tightly compressed distortion that runs through a fuzz destructor to create tight notes with lots of colorful harmonics. This effect also uses a pitch shifter. Stepping on the right footswitch mixes in the lower octave

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Standard Digital Delay

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This is an example that shows how to use the fx_delay effect to create a standard digital delay pedal. This pedal is designed to use a delay buffer of 3 seconds but since the DreamMaker FX platform has several minutes of delay RAM, much longer and more interesting delays can be created.

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Polyphonic guitar synth pedal

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This is a polyphonic guitar synth meaning that it tracks multiple strings. It uses an FM synth engine along with ADSR envelope generator and an output filter. The pedal is configured by default to use a triangle (OSC_TRIANGLE) wave that is modulated with a sine wave (OSC_SINE). However, lots of interesting sounds can be created by swapping these out with out types of oscillators (e.g. OSC_SQUARE, OSC_RAMP_POS, OSC_RAMP_NEG, OSC_RANDOM, etc).

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Standard Chorus

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This is a standard chorus pedal that has multiple types of modulators controlling the chorus effect that can be selected with the right pot.

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Warm Distortion

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This is an example that shows how to use the fx_destructor effect to create a smooth, tube-like distortion sound. To make this more interesting, try adding additional destructor and tone (fx_biquad_filter) elements either in series or in parallel.

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