RE4ORM’s Signal Path

Signal Path

For a video tutorial on RE4ORM’s signal path, click here.  RE4ORM Signal Flow Video

The signal path, the path the audio signal follows, inside RE4ORM’s audio engine is a good thing to understand when designing your own sounds.

The audio signal starts with the output of the Additive Oscillator.  From there it runs into the Low Pass Filter (LP FILTER) and then into the XY Effects. This allows you to shape the frequency response of the additive waveform, making it brighter or duller, before it enters the XY Effects for further processing.

The XY Effects are then run in series from left to right. You cannot change this arrangement but you can select which XY Effects are active by turning each one on or off.

The output of the XY Effects then runs into the Free4orm Filter.

Finally, the output of the Free4orm Filter runs through the Stereo Delay and then the Reverb.

For a video tutorial on RE4ORM’s signal path, click here.  RE4ORM Signal Flow Video

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