Adjusts the level of the signal fed to the plug-in, in dB increments.
Shows the current peak level of the input signal after applying input gain, in RMS, with reference at -18 dB FS.
Used to trim the output signal and possibly avoid any overloading of the signal in the rest of the signal-chain.
Shows the current peak level of the input signal after applying output gain, in RMS, with reference at -18 dB FS.
Toggles between two interface schemes, which, as the name implies, are best suited to high or low light environments respectively. In a dimly-lit studio environment, switching to the nighttime scheme with its darker color palette and lower contrast helps to minimize eye-fatigue when doing long sessions.
Bypasses the plug-in processing by routing the input direct to the output. The actual processing is still performed in the background allowing for a true and smooth transition between the processed and the actual incoming signal.
When used as insert effect, one can dial the right amount of “wet”, processed signal with respect to the “dry”, direct input signal.
The default 100-percent wet setting is mostly intended for the typical and preferred use in a send-effect configuration. You can get some interesting chorus and harmonizer type effects if you blend the dry and wet signals.