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Plug in headphones
Click 'ON/OFF' at 'Input' for mic access
Click 'ON/OFF' at volume module
Click play buttons to trigger samples
Click 'ON/OFF' at Delay / Tremolo
Click 'RECORD' to start/stop recording
Click 'SAVE' to download recording
WebFX can be used with a live audio signal or pre-loaded samples
For a live audio signal, push the input button to enable the microphone then turn on audio at the volume module
To use preloaded samples, turn the volume module on, then trigger a sample by pushing a play button below
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This module controls the audio output and displays an oscilloscope. Use the button to mute/unmute sound and the slider to change the volume.
The oscilloscope is a visual representation of the audio signal after effect processing. It's just a waveform of the live sound!
The Delay effect records the audio input and plays it back after a period of time (controlled by the 'Speed' slider).
The delayed sound can be repeated a certain number of times. To control the number of delays and their volume, use the 'Length' and 'Level' sliders.
The tone of the delayed sound can be controlled with the 'filter' slider
Tremolo is a 'wavering' effect achieved by oscillating sound volume between two values.
The depth slider controls the intensity of the effect by altering the minimum volume for each oscillation. The speed slider controls the time per oscillation.
For the most pronounced version of the effect (deepest and fastest oscillation), set the 'Depth' and 'Speed' sliders to their lowest levels.