Zynaptiq has introduced Unfilter, an adaptive tonal contour linearization effect plug-in for Windows and Mac that lets you remove the effects of filters, including comb filtering, resonance, or excessive equalization ? effectively linearizing the frequency response of a signal automatically.
Unfilter can also copy a detected filter response and apply it to another signal, or export it to disk as an impulse response file (WAV), and can perform mastering grade adaptive, free-form, and graphic equalization. Continue reading →
This video captures a demonstration by Chris Stack (experimentalsynth) of using the Koushion sequencer, running on an iPad, to sequence the filter bands on the Moog MIDI MuRF – ‘essentially creating your own patterns on-the-fly’.
The MIDI MuRF (Multiple Resonance Filter Array) is a Moog filter that lets you sequence its 8 filters in 24 preset patterns. It has extensive MIDI support, though, which opens up a lot more options, like this.
Access has just released their public beta of Virus TI OS v5.0, which features new filters and new envelopes.
According to Access:
OS5 gives you what thousands of Virus users always wanted: additional envelopes and new filters. The new operating system represents a new milestone and enables you to create sounds which were simply impossible with previous operating system versions.