- X knob controls Lag to set the maximum allowed amount of pitch detuning.
Phaser: Classic 70s phaser sounds we all know and love, with added features that you wouldn’t expect. Similar to the Lillian, Type I is a 2-Stage Phaser that produces a single notch to the classic mild phaser. Type II is a 4-Stage model producing 2 notches for a stronger effect. Type III is a phaser modeled after the unique tuning and LFO shape found in a Uni-Vibe.
- X knob determines the amount of phase shifted signal that is fed back to the effect input.
Tremolo: This program emulates a tremolo with three algorithms containing all the bells, whistles, and even a cherry on top. Type I is excellent for traditional sounds similar to optical and bias tremolos that raise and lower the entire frequency range – similar to the Monument in standard mode. Type II is a warm and cozy harmonic tremolo – similar to the Monument in harmonic mode. This unique sound is formed by raising and lowering your high and low frequencies opposite each other. Type III offers several predefined patterns for rhythmic sequenced pulsing tremolo.
- X knob manipulates the phase of the left and right volume modulation for a wide stereo panning effect.
- Shape and Symmetry in Type III (pattern Trem) select the pattern group and patterns within each group.
Vibrato: Make good parts great with detuned, warbly, and vintage sounds that harken back to the 60s. Type I focuses on traditional vibrato sounds. Old record players inspire type II with classic RPM’s on the rate knob and some noise character you’d find in your dad’s old dusty Speedwagon LPs. The rate knob can select 33rpm, 45rpm, and 78rpm speeds in this mode. Type III is our take on the wow and flutter pitch characters found in old tape players. Warm and charming with a hint of nostalgia.
- X knob (Standard and Vinyl) Stereo Phase: controls the phase of the right output in relation to the left output.
- X knob (Tape) Flutter: control the depth of the flutter effect applied within the tape vibrato type. This is a faster fluttering type detune.
Rotary: Because you can’t fit a Leslie speaker on your pedalboard, type I aims for that traditional watery sound of a well-oiled Leslie speaker. Type II only spins the horn but still plays the sound out of the drum. Type III only spins the drum but still plays sound from the horn.
- X - Cab Simulation: controls the mix of a physical rotary cabinet model into your signal.
Filter: Add tone-shaping movement to your signal with different modulated filters. Type I is a lowpass filter good for modulated darker tones. Type II is a highpass filter used to creatively modulate your low frequencies. Type III is a bandpass filter forming a sliding “window” of frequencies. Drive the filter frequency with the main LFO or do things like set the depth to zero and turn up the LO-FI envelope control to drive the filter frequency with your playing dynamics.
- X knob controls filter resonance, bringing a more aggressive sound to the selected filter.
- Tone controls the filter’s center frequency or starting frequency where the modulation is applied.
Presets: The M1 can save up to nine onboard presets, and 128 are accessible via MIDI. On-board presets are accessible with the bank switch. Cycle between presets in each bank by pressing Bypass and tap simultaneously. You will see the right LED change from Red to Green to Blue. Any adjustments made in a preset will change the tap LED to purple, indicating you have edited the preset.
- Tone: Controls the overall tone of your signal passing through the M1.
- Symmetry: Controls the symmetry of the LFO waveshape modulating your signal with noon being “normal’ or fully symmetric.
- X: Controls different parameters depending on the selected Program and Type.
- Shape: Choose sine, triangle, or square LFO wave shapes to modulate your signal.
- Division: Controls the tap division used by the M1 to set the LFO speed when tapping a tempo. Choose between quarter, eighth, and quarter note triplet.
- Type: Selects one of three different types for each program on the M1.
Input/Output: The M1 offers multiple input and output configurations.
- Mono In / Mono Out
- Mono In / Stereo Out
- Stereo In / Stereo Out
Momentary Functions: Press and hold the TAP/SKIP to momentarily engage a “skipping” effect like a needle skipping on a record player. Press and hold to engage the effect, which automatically repeats the last few milliseconds of audio until the switch is released.