AmplitudeDelay connects a procedurally controlled delay line to the amplitude of the input signal. This is really an unusual form of distortion. It can add interesting harmonics and overtones to a signal.
- Poles (specify a number of channels. When there are more than one channel, the extra ones use depths equally spaced between 0 and the value of the depth parameter)
- Depth (the extent to which amplitude scales the delay line)
- Lag (when greater than zero, the ‘home position’ of the delay line is slightly in the past. This allows the delay line to move in both directions, which can give a richer sound. But it can also introduce some latency)
- Mix (dry/wet control)