The phasing effect impresses sweeping notches on the sound spectrum, like the flanger. Each notch is independently created and controlled using an Allpass Filter section. As a result, for a given computational load, there are fewer but more generally controllable notches in the phaser compared to the flanger.
Depth of spectral notches - performable - Depth = 0 means no effect, Depth = 1 means maximum effect (spectral-notch gains go all the way down to zero).
Gain applied to the output signal and then summed with the input signal - performable
Maximum notch frequency
Minimum notch frequency
Interchange notches with the "arches" in between the notches
Frequency of the LFO in Hz that sweeps the notches back and forth - performable
Tie the phaser rate to the system-wide Master Rate multiplied by the selected scale factor from the pop-over list below the button
Ratio of each notch frequency over the one below it - larger Ratios spread out the notches more
Spectral bandwidth of each notch in Hz