Chris Randall has posted a preview of Audio Damage Filterstation – a new audio filter effect for Mac & Windows.
Here’s what he has to say about Filterstation:
It is a pair of filters that can be configured as serial, parallel stereo, and true stereo (one filter for each side).
Each filter can be one of 12 types, including our usual 2P, 3P, and 4P models, the bandpass filter that 914 Fixed Filter Bank is made up of, the original 4P LP from FilterPod (our first product, and the first filter we coded), a monster face-melting MS20 LP and HP that Adam built a month or so ago, and a VCA type.
The latter is useful if you’d like to do a filter-vibrato thing like some amps and electric pianos do (notably the Fender Vibrolux, but many others as well). It can also be used for rhythm gating and rudimentary panning. (Nothing near as sophisticated as Panstation, of course.)
The LFO has the usual suspects, and four rhythm patterns.
Audio demo below.
As to release date and pricing, Randall says, “I don’t have a time-frame for release, and we haven’t settled on a price. But ‘soon’ and ‘not much’ are both perfectly acceptable answers for both those questions.”
See the Analog Industries site for more info.