An anti-aliased inverse tangent saturator.
What the node does:
The saturator applies the inverse tangent (arcTan) function to the signal that is resembling the characteristics of a diode transistor (causing soft-clipping). The node is highly anti-aliased, and delays the output.
In: Input signal.
DM: Drive modulation input [dB].
Out: Output signal [-1..1].
OD: Modulated drive value [dB].
OLin: Modulated linear drive value [0..1].
ODly: Delay time [ms]
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