Wah Low Pass
Effect description goes here
|Manual||0.0 to +10.0||+3.4|
|Peak||0.0 to +10.0||+7.5|
|Pedal Range||-100% to +100%||+31%|
|Peak Range||-100% to +100%||-43%|
|Pedal Mode||Off, Touch, On, Bypass @ Stop, Bypass @ Heel, Bypass @ Toe||Bypass @ Stop|
|Mix||0% to +100%||+100%|
|Ducking||-5.0 to +5.0||0.0|
|Volume||-5.0 to +5.0||0.0|
Q: I tried the high pass from the Wah section, but I’m not sure what to do with the peak setting and how to set the frequency.
A: ckemper - Set Peak to zero. Choose the desired cutoff frequency by Manual.
Q: How does the 0-10 scale correspond to frequency? Let’s say I’m looking for a low pass at 13 kHz.
A: ckemper - The obvious answer would be 'use your ears, not your eyes'. You could turn up the resonance [Peak] and scan the signal by sweeping the frequency knob until the resonance at the cutoff point amplifies the lowest of the frequencies you want to remove. Reduce resonance [Peak] and turn down the frequency control a bit until the desired result is reached.