frequency mode changes the frequency response of the delay effect which is the key to creating all kinds of amazing effects. this allows you to create huge stereo separation and widen the stereo image, change the resonance and introduce chorus effects to your music. this effects range is very useful when creating any kind of delay effect from flanging, echo, reverse echo, flanging with filters and more.
midswitch and gain mode are here to help you to get the best from your audio. midswitch opens up the frequency response of the delay effect to make it a bit more transparent. gain mode increases the overall volume of the delay effect which makes the reverb more noticeable. the best feature of these modes are that you can always change the parameter back to the original setting.
the left and right faders control the amount of feedback that is introduced to the audio. this is perfect for using with delay effects that have more feedback, such as vocals and synths. the mix knob is used to control the amount of stereo spread that is introduced to the delay effect.
citrus is the quintessential sound of the summer and that juicy freshness can be found in the default setting of mutant delay, with a slightly wider and more chaotic emphasis than its analogue twin. however, if you prefer a more traditional approach, citrus can be switched to a more analogue sounding delay, with a beefier echo and more overall harmonic character. in either case, its matched with a flanger for tight, stuttering movement and a chorus for extra motion. its the perfect spritz of life to add spice to your mix. 3d9ccd7d82