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After using directwave for a good while, I can't get past the feeling that the "high cut" and "low cut" knobs in the delay section are labelled backwards. I've been thinking I was crazy, but the seem to do the opposite of what they say. Like, for example, I turn the "high cut" frequency all the way up, and the sound is limited to high frequencies more and more until it is gone... which to me is a "low cut." The same goes for the knob labelled "low cut"... when the frequency is turned all the way down the signal is not present any more, when really it should pass through unchanged, since you would be essentially cutting only inaudible frequencies. Correct me if I'm just being crazy! Thank you!