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noop
Leaves the audio unchanged.
derivative
Approximates the first derivative of the audio as a function respect to time. Sounds like a high-pass filter.
integral
Approximates the first integral of the audio as a function respect to time. Plus C of zero. Sounds like a low-pass filter.
subtract-overlap
Inverts the amplitude of every even-numbered channel and merges all channels to mono. This effectively cancels the sounds the left and right channels share in common. Quick-and-dirty way of removing vocals.
isolate-overlap
The opposite of subtract-overlap. You think it'd be simple but I can't get it to work :/
bit-crusher-sr8
Bitcrusher. Works by taking the average of 8 samples of the input and setting that average as the output for those 8 samples, effectively reducing the sampling rate.
bit-crusher-res
Bitcrusher. Works by reducing the resolution of each sample from a 32-bit float to a 8-bit float.
bit-crusher-both
Bitcrusher. Combines the output of bit-crusher-sr8 and bit-crusher-res.
mono
Converts the audio to mono by taking the arithmetic average of the samples of each channel.
zeroes
Outputs no sound.
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