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Relay-based silent true bypass will automatically switch to bypass mode if power is lost.
The Proton is a modern homage to the classic Mutron III envelope lter. It has a wide frequency response that sounds great with every instrument. Version 3 has increased input sensitivity to work better with low-ouput instruments, and it adds a tone knob for variable control over the lter cuto frequency.
Gain - Response of the lter to your playing dynamics. This should be ad- justed based on the output of your instrument. Start with the sensitivity at minimum and turn up until the lter reacts to your liking.
Decay - The time it takes for the l- ter to sweep. Higher settings produce long, nautral envelope sounds, while lower settings produce quicker, more “bubbly” envelope sounds.
Sweep - Direction of the lter’s sweep. In the up position, the lter sweeps normally. In the down position, the sweep is reversed. You may need to change the settings of the gain and decay knobs; settings that work in the up position won’t always work well in the down position.
Peak - The “wetness” of the lter sound. Higher settings produce a more aggressive sweep with a sharper resonant peak.
Tone - The maximum cuto frequen- cy of the lter. It works like the tone knob of a guitar or bass. Higher set- tings will accentuate the treble fre- quencies; lower settings increase the lter’s warmth.
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