Prophecysound Rubber Fetish Performance

Controls

  • Attack
    Controls how fast the effect responds to the input signal.
  • Decay
    Controls how fast the effect returns to it's start position after the attack.

Channel 1

  • Gain
    controls the input level of the effect. At higher gain settings a lot of effects can go into overdrive or distortion.
  • Sensitivity
    controls the sensitivity of the effect to the input signal.
  • Fuzz
    controls the amount of fuzz
  • Drive (Up/Down)
    Selects the direction in which the effect sweeps as the input volume rises.
  • Peak
    sets the amount of effected signal fed back into the effect (for a stronger effect)
  • Frequency (Hi/Lo)
    selects the range where the filter can be swept.
  • Blend
    controls the mix of dry/wet signal
  • Filter (LP/HP)
    selects the filter type for channel 1: low-pass or high-pass

Channel 2

  • Gain
    controls the input level of the effect. At higher gain settings a lot of effects can go into overdrive or distortion.
  • Sensitivity
    controls the sensitivity of the effect to the input signal.
  • Fuzz
    controls the amount of fuzz
  • Drive (Up/Down)
    Selects the direction in which the effect sweeps as the input volume rises.
  • Peak
    sets the amount of effected signal fed back into the effect (for a stronger effect)
  • Frequency (Hi/Lo)
    selects the range where the filter can be swept.
  • Frequency Fine
    fine-tunes the filter frequency
  • Blend
    controls the mix of dry/wet signal
  • Filter (LP/BP)
    selects the type of filter (BP = band-pass, LP = Low-pass, HP = High-pass)
  • Start
    set the start point of the sweep controlled by the envelope of the input signal.

Various

Prophecysound (2004-2005)

  • 2 channels
  • Controls
    • Channel 1:
      • gain - determines filter volume only
      • sensitivity - determines envelope detection sensitivity
      • drive - select direction of filter envelope (up/down)
      • peak - determines the filter resonance
      • frequency - toggle switch determining filter range (hi/lo)
      • blend - allows blend of clean signal with filtered signal
      • filter - LP/HP selection
    • Channel 2:
      • gain - determines filter volume only
      • sensitivity - determines envelope detection sensitivity
      • drive - select direction of filter envelope (up/down)
      • peak - determines the filter resonance
      • frequency - toggle switch determining filter range (hi/lo)
      • frequency fine - pot to fine-tune filter frequency
      • blend - allows blend of clean signal with filtered signal
      • filter - LP/BP selection
      • attack/decay - determines attack and decay qualities of filter
  • CC sized (Hammond 1590DD box)

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