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This is the width of the panning effect, in degrees.

PHASER

The Phaser Stomp, modeled after a classic vintage phaser, modulates the cutoff frequency of a filter with multiple notches. It has a continuous depth control that goes from gentle to extreme. The Stereo phaser has a great Stereo spread control that shifts the phase of the modulation between left and right. It is offered in Mono, Mono-to-Stereo and Stereo. The Controls are:

MANUAL RATE: 0.10 to 30 with BPM (Beats Per Minute) or ms (millisecond) relation. Manual Rate controls the rate of the effect modulation when not syncing to host tempo.

SYNC: On/Off; Default Off This syncs your Panner to host tempo control, allowing you to “phase to the

groove.”

SYNC RATE: 2 to 1/32t (double whole note to 1/32nd

note triplet); Default: 1/2 (1/2

note). When Sync is set to On, Sync Rate determines how the plug-in interprets the beat. Sync Rate determines the length of an LFO cycle in terms of musical note duration. A shorter duration note will give a quick phasing effect while a longer duration will make for a slower effect.

DEPTH: 0 to 100; Default: 50 This determines the depth of the Phaser’s notch filters.

STEREO: 0 to 100; Default: 50

Waves Guitar Tool Rack User Guide.

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