easy to use, great sounding modulation filter VST

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easy to use, great sounding modulation filter VST

Post by anselmi » Sun Oct 20, 2019 8:34 pm

Since last 90s I was using the great Opcode Fusion Filter plugin

Yeah, this is serious oldschool, but it sounds great still today, have lot of features and the interface is very easy to use

Recently I tried the WOW2 as a replacement but never gel with both the sound and interface

Neither with the Fab-filter ones...powerful but overcomplicated...they don´t have a priority order to make the user have a more direct experience in daily filtering and a more deep level for those days

What do you use?

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Post by Blingley » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:34 am

Cytomic's "The Drop" is a pretty sweet one. It has enough features to get things done but not too much, and it has a sweet sound. It does take up quite a bit of that CPU juice to get that sound though.

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Post by Kent » Mon Oct 21, 2019 1:44 am

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Man, you ARE old school!

Click upon the image above to go to AudioDamage’s Filterstation. Be sure to
Look at the 4th photo in order to examine the filter types available.

Filterstation is easy to use and responds smoothly to MIDI control.

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Post by ignatius » Mon Oct 21, 2019 1:55 am

the Drop from Cytomic is the best sounding filter plug in i've used. lot's of modulation opetions lot's of filter types.

cableguys filter shaper is good too. nice interface and has their 'draw your own lfo' modulation system.

filterfreak from soundtoys is very good too.

fabfilter volcano worth mentioning as well.

i'd say go check out the demos and see which one suits you.

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Post by anselmi » Mon Oct 21, 2019 2:41 am

Kent wrote: Man, you ARE old school!
:lol:

yeah...or just "old"

thanks for the advice, filterstation looks :tu:

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