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The Distortion/Filter effects are located in the FX module and can be used to
add distortion to your vocals, create lo- effects, or create special effects, such as
emulating a megaphone. Changes made to the Distortion/Filter effect need to be
stored to a preset for later recall.
This parameter allows you to select which type of distortion/lter effect you
would like to use. The following table provides a description of each option.
Distortion/Filter Type Option Description
Megaphone 1 Classic megaphone.
Megaphone 2 Small megaphone.
Megaphone 3 Large megaphone.
Radio 1 AM Radio.
Radio 2 Old transistor radio.
Radio 3 Radio in next room.
Phone 1 Cell phone.
Phone 2 8-bit satellite phone.
Ripped Amp 1 Ripped speaker in amp.
Ripped Amp 2 Modied ripped speaker in amp.
Bit Crusher 1 Linear 8-bit quantization.
Bit Crusher 2 Linear 6-bit quantization.
Distortion 1 Feedback resistant distortion.
Half Wave Rect Half wave rectication.
Full Wave Rect Full wave rectication.
• AMOUNT (0-99)
This parameter adjusts the Distortion/Filter effect's mix level, with 0 being
the minimum (no effect applied) and 99 being the maximum amount of effect
This parameter selects which part of the signal will be affected by the
Distortion/Filter effect and provides the following three options:
When this option is selected, the Distortion/Filter effect is applied to the
lead voice only. You will hear distortion/ltering on the lead voice and the
delay voices which are driven from the lead. The Distortion/Filter effect
will not be applied to harmony or doubled voices.