|Available since LÖVE 11.0|
|This enum is not supported in earlier versions.|
The different types of effects supported by love.audio.setEffect.
- Plays multiple copies of the sound with slight pitch and time variation. Used to make sounds sound "fuller" or "thicker".
- Decreases the dynamic range of the sound, making the loud and quiet parts closer in volume, producing a more uniform amplitude throughout time.
- Alters the sound by amplifying it until it clips, shearing off parts of the signal, leading to a compressed and distorted sound.
- Decaying feedback based effect, on the order of seconds. Also known as delay; causes the sound to repeat at regular intervals at a decreasing volume.
- Adjust the frequency components of the sound using a 4-band (low-shelf, two band-pass and a high-shelf) equalizer.
- Plays two copies of the sound; while varying the phase, or equivalently delaying one of them, by amounts on the order of milliseconds, resulting in phasing sounds.
- Decaying feedback based effect, on the order of milliseconds. Used to simulate the reflection off of the surroundings.
- An implementation of amplitude modulation; multiplies the source signal with a simple waveform, to produce either volume changes, or inharmonic overtones.
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