The Phaser is a creative filtering effect that can be used on any audio source for interesting results. The characteristic sound of a phaser is produced by sweeping a number of filter notches across the frequency spectrum.
Controls the number of filter notches. All even integers produce a prominent notch, while the values in between provide smooth morphing across the parameter range.
Controls how fast the notches sweep between the minimum and maximum points in the frequency space.
Controls the depth of the notches, making them either more or less prominent.
Set the minimum point in the frequency space.
Defines the maximum point in the frequency space by multiplying this number with the FREQ number.
Set the dry and wet ratio of the effected and original audio signal.