Changes the analog filter type.
Passes low frequencies while attenuating high frequencies
Passes high frequencies while attenuating low frequencies
Passes frequencies within a certain range or band
Filter is disabled
Precisely controls the center frequency of the filter.
Continuously varies the steepness of the filter in dB per octave.
Controls the amount of resonance at the Filter Freq.
Lohi is an analog filter design that uses feedback. When that feedback loop gets large enough, some resonance or ringing will occur. We recommend using the Lim/Sat controls to prevent any digital overs that might occur when the resonance is turned up.
Controls the overall impact of the filter. At 0%, the filter has no effect.
This mix control won’t introduce comb filtering or other unexpected blending artifacts like a standard parallel mix. Instead, it’s designed to gracefully go from unfiltered to completely filtered.
Lohi’s Lim/Sat section is a multi-stage analog-modeled saturator/limiter. It’s not very much like a typical digital maximizer or soft clipper: it can pump a lot further and has a smooth, big-iron transformer sound.
Controls the point at which limiting and more pronounced satuation will occur. Lower thresholds yield more limiting & saturation.
Controls the overall amount of analog coloration, saturation, and harmonic distortion.
At 0%, the Lim/Sat is rather clean sounding. 100% is a nice analog middle-ground, and 200% gets pretty rich and saturated.
The amount of analog color is greatly influenced by the Lim/Sat Threshold.
Controls the overall Lohi mix. Smoothly transitions from no effect to fully filtered.