Simulates a vertical audio meter. This is designed as a single string effect, but if it is applied to a grid, all strings will behave the same.
The origin of the meter is the starting point where it is drawn on the preview. So the preview should be drawn from the bottom up for it to appear as a normal vertical meter.
Gain: This adjusts the sensitivity of the effect to the audio volume.
Zoom: Scales the visual response to the audio
Hint: To get the meter to properly fit the element group, you should adjust the gain so that the softest parts of the music have no visible pixels, or minimial visible pixels. Then adjust the zoom so that the loudest peaks of the music make the whole group light up, but not beyond that point.
Normalize: Applies an audio normalizing filter to the audio before it is analyzed for use in the effect. This should be enabled for most uses.
Low Pass Filter: Applies a low pass filter to the audio before processing. A Low Pass filter allows frequencies below the defined threshold to pass while blocking everything above it. This represents the high end cutoff of the audio.
Low Pass Frequency: The frequency (in Hz) to use for the Low Pass Filter. This value should be greater than that of the High Pass Filter if it is being used.
High Pass Filter: Applies a high pass filter to the audio before processing. A high pass filter allows frequencies above the defined threshold to pass while blocking everything below it. This represents the low end cutoff of the audio.
High Pass Frequency: The frequency (in Hz) to use for the High Pass Filter. This value should be lower than that of the Low Pass Filter if it is being used.
Attack Time: how fast the effect responds to the audio. This adjusts the slope of the leading edge of the wave.
Decay Time: How long the effect lingers on the audio before dropping back down. This is the slope of the trailing edge of the wave.
Linear: Applies a standard Green-Yellow-Red gradient to the string. When this option is selected, The Green and Red position sliders will be available to adjust the threshold where the color transitions.
Discrete: Applies a standard Green-Yellow-Red gradient to the string using discrete colors. When this option is selected, the Green and Red position sliders will be available to adjust the threshold where the color transitions.
Custom:Uses a custom gradient to define the color range. Set up the custom gradient in the Color box below.
Flip: Reverses the direction of the meter.
Intensity: The overall brightness envelope over the duration of the effect.
Levels Deep: Determines at which element grouping level to apply the effect.