Automatic stereo Wahwah is a classic 70’s Wahwah effect...
Automatic stereo Wahwah is a classic 70’s Wahwah effect. Modelled from a state of the art analog time-varying-filter. Our Flying-Wahwah offers you a sweet analog aliasing-free funky sound. Our free plugins offer you an triggered automatically ADSR envelope modulation source, you just have to adjust the trigger level then play. You could also use the two modulations waveforms. Since version 1.4a stereo widening processing is available.
Wah pedal is created in 60’s, the “wah” pedal shapes frequencies, creating a sound that mimics voice’s Formant. Mainly use in Funk and P-Funk music, on guitar, bass or Electric Piano like Rhodes and Wurlitzer. The anthem of the wah pedals would probably be the Shaft theme song, written by Isaac Hayes in 1971.
But before being used electronically, the « wah » is an effect produced mechanically on the brass (mainly by trumpeters and trombonists) in Jazz. The effect is achieved through a mute, held by the instrumentist, in front of the instrument’s pavilion. The musician acts on the position of the tube while playing, which allows him to filter the sound in an expressive way.
Flying Automatic Wahwah is a frequency modulated filter generating a classic Wahwah sound.
You can choose between three modulation sources, ADSR or Triangle-Sawtooth waveforms.
Set time or frequency duration depending of the selected wawform, Adsr or periodic waveform Saw-Triangle
Set the signal level triggering the wah effect. If the level is too low, the effect won’t be triggered.In ADSR mode Trigger level have a high impact on expression, so try to adjust it in a funky way.
Set Stereo widening effect. It allows to create space in your mix while keeping balanced L-R.
Hint: To fine-tune the sliders you can press the ctrl key.
- Stereo widening (since version 1.4a)
- Host BPM Synchro
- Fully automatable
- SNR > 120dB
- Aliasing <120dB (Clean mode)
- To keep cpu usage low, Saturated mode can generated aliasing with very high level(>-6dBFs) and high frequency(>15KHz) signal but it will not will classic instrument (like Guitare or Electric Piano). Next version should handle very high frequency without increase cpu usage, keep a lookout for it .
- No Oversampling nor downsampling
- Glitch free
- Vst3 preset saving standard
- Low CPU usage
- Intuitive GUI
- Fine adjustment of the sliders (press ctrl key)
- Resizable GUI
- Trigger Level meter (Since:1.2a)
- Operatings systems : Windows 7/8/10 – Linux 64bit – MacOs
- Plugin format : VST3 – Audiounit