The Yamaha CP-80 featured a three-band EQ and a Tremolo module, both of which are included in Waves’ reimagining of it, along with four further effects.
The Tremolo is the same as the original, but with the addition of host sync (from 2/1 to 1/32, with dotted and triplet options) to the free-running 0.25-28Hz speed range.
More modulation-based processing comes in the shape of Autopan, Phaser and Chorus effects. The last of these is generated by four LFO-controlled delays but only permits adjustment of Depth, while Autopan and Phaser both include synced and unsynced speed adjustment as well as Depth control and, for the Phaser, a wet/dry Mix knob.
The Reverb effect’s four controls let you set the reverb Time, Predelay, high-frequency Damping and Mix balance.
Each effect has its own bypass button, and all can be knocked out collectively with the global bypass at the left-hand end of the rack.