The Enhancement Feedback Level parameter within the Enhance section is designed to control the intensity of the reflection cluster. This parameter works in tandem with the Enhancement Feedback Time, offering a complementary adjustment to the enhancement effect's decay strength. Its role is to determine the level of the reflections relative to a hardcoded value that was set in the original hardware unit.
The control range for the Enhancement Feedback Level allows for fine-tuning the intensity of the enhancement effect right from its onset. At lower settings, the reflections begin with a subtler intensity, gently blending with the direct sound. This can be particularly useful for achieving a more natural and integrated reverb effect, where the enhancement adds depth without overwhelming the original signal.
As the level is increased, the reflections start with a more pronounced intensity, creating a stronger and more immediate impact. Higher level settings are ideal for scenarios where the Enhancement effect needs to stand out in the mix, adding significant depth and dimension to the sound. It can be particularly effective for creating dramatic and noticeable spatial effects, or when a more aggressive Enhancement is desired.
The interplay between the Enhancement Feedback Level and Time provides a comprehensive control over both the intensity and duration of the reflection cluster. These controls enable users to sculpt the enhancement effect with precision, ensuring that it complements the overall mix and aligns with the desired creative vision.
Steps to Use: Enhancement FDBK. Level
Step 1: Understanding the Enhancement Feedback Level Parameter
- The Enhancement Feedback Level parameter controls the intensity of the reflection cluster in the Enhance effect mode.
- It works in conjunction with the Enhancement Feedback Time, offering complementary adjustments to the effect's decay strength.
Step 2: Setting for Subtle Intensity
- At lower settings, set the reflections to begin with a subtler intensity.
- This allows the reflections to gently blend with the direct sound, creating a more natural and integrated reverb effect.
Step 3: Increasing Level for Pronounced Impact
- Increase the Feedback Level for reflections to start with more pronounced intensity.
- Higher settings are ideal when the Enhancement effect needs to stand out, adding significant depth and dimension.
Step 4: Tailoring Reflection Intensity
- Use the Feedback Level to adjust the intensity of the enhancement effect right from its onset.
- Choose a level that complements the original signal without overwhelming it.
Step 5: Creating Dramatic Spatial Effects
- For dramatic and noticeable spatial effects, or a more aggressive Enhancement, opt for higher level settings.
- This can enhance the sound's depth and make the enhancement effect more noticeable.
Step 6: Balancing Intensity and Duration
- Balance the interplay between the Feedback Level and Time for comprehensive control over the reflection cluster.
- Ensure that both the intensity and duration of the reflections align with the overall mix and creative vision.
Step 7: Sculpting the Enhancement Effect
- Experiment with different Feedback Level settings to sculpt the enhancement effect with precision.
- Adjust the level to ensure it complements and enhances the overall sound of your track.