A flexible equalizer graph to give full control over your saturation.
A modern push-pull algorithm for full control.
Smooth drive by emulating the hysteresis phenomena in old tape machines.
Pristine sound quality and in-phase dry/wet mixing.
Interesting stereo effects and creative stereo placement.
Use Live mode for recording with zero latency.
Distort one channel using another, allowing for all kinds of rhythmical distortion effects.
Perfect for creative purposes on single track instruments, busses or subtle during mastering.
The God Mode introduces a new push-pull technology giving you full control over what frequencies to saturate and distort. Its node EQ graph and linear phase filters allow for unlimited options to shape the coloration of your sound.SHOW LESS
FREQ (20hz to 20khz): Lets you set the frequency of the respective filter in the push/pull equalizer. GAIN (0dB to 24dB): Lets you set the gain of the respective filter in the push/pull equalizer. QUAL (0.2 to 5.0): Lets you set the resonance quality of the respective filter in the push/pull equalizer. LIVE (on / off): Switch between using linear phase filters or regular filters. (note that the linear phase filters introduce latency) SPLIT (on / off): If turned on this feature delays the left and right wet signal with different amounts, creating a hard-panned stereo split. RANDOM (trigger): Generates a random EQ curve. (note that holding down ‘ctrl’ when pressing the random button, resets the EQ curve to default) SIDE-TAPE (on / off): When turned on, side-tape lets you use a side-chain signal to generate the tape saturation. TAPE (0% to 100%): A type of drive that emulates tape saturation. WARP (0% to 100%): A type of drive that distorts the amplitude of your audio signal. BUZZ (0% to 100%): A type of drive that distorts the wave shapes in your audio signal. MIX (0% to 100%): Mixes between the dry and wet signal. (note that disabling LIVE will prevent any phase issues by using linear phase filters) HPF AND LPF - PRE (20hz to 20khz): Lets you filter the wet input signal. HPF AND LPF - POST (20hz to 20khz): Lets you filter the wet output signal. PULL (0% to 100%): Pulls back the frequencies after pushing the wet signal into the saturation curve. DRY AND WET - PAN (-100% to 100%): Lets you independently pan the dry and wet signal in the stereo field. MAKEUP (-48db to 48db): Lets you set the output volume of the plugin.