VeeCS is a mini-channel strip.
Noise gate switch that attenuates
everything below -60dBFS.
EQ sections consists of 2 shelving
filters and 2 bell filters which highly interact
with each other. For instance, cranking the 12 k to
the max will create a 3 dB worth scoop in the middle
and a slight boost to the sub frequencies.
The most interesting and unique
features are HPF and LPF filters which in fact are a
combination of shelving filters and band pass
filters, creating EQ curves which are NON EXISTENT
in other analogue and virtual EQs. Their exact
action depends on what other controls are set like.
For instance, when 12 k is maxed, the HPF control
become a movable "analogue tape head bump" (from 50
Hz to 1250 Hz) with a tweakable Q. When EQ are set
flat, it is just a -12 dB hi pass filter with an
adjustable resonating peak.
LPF can be used to boost hi freqs -
just move it slightly counterclockwise and boost Q
to create a broad peak. HPF can be used to boost
bass in the very same manner. Or you can crank up Q
of the LPF and automate the knob to sweep through
the spectrum to imitate wah-wah effect. Or you
can... possibilities are limited only by your
imagination, just turn the other knobs and observe
how action of "filters" changes.
Additional modules include a tube
saturation model (crank the input to very slightly
saturate the signal - however, the module is not
designed to create a full-fledged distortion but was
designed to deliver as clean tone as possible with
just a tiny touch of "analogousness", just for the
sake of it) and a brickwall limiter before the
output control (yes, the more EQ freqs get boosted,
to greater the slam against the limiter, which
creates interesting effects on its own).