3 FX 2019.3 WiN
Team V.R | 05 April 2019 | 417.59 MB
(Win32/64; AAX, VST3, VST)
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Apple’s Logic Pro X comes bundled with a full suite of powerful EQ and filter plugins, including emulations of vintage hardware units like Neve, API, Pultec and more. EQ and filters are two of the most often-used audio effects. Logic Pro X includes a whole variety of EQ and filter plugins, and there’s a reason for that: each has its own specific uses, distinctive character and feature set. In this course, audio expert Joe Albano takes an in-depth look at all of them! After covering some important EQ basics, Joe demonstrates the versatility of Logic’s “bread and butter” EQ, the Channel EQ, and its “twin brother”, the Linear Phase EQ. He talks about their differences and similarities, and covers their specific applications. The Single Band and AudioUnit EQs are next… sometimes a simple plugin is just what you need for a quick EQ fix!
An inspiring compilation of historic synth filters, turbo-charged as software plugins, and ready to meet the demands of the modern producer. Taken from the core of our award-winning synthesizer recreations and electrified with unprecedented mind-blowing potential, 3 Filters You’ll Actually Use opens up exciting new ways to explore your sound. Based on our coveted TAE® modeling technology, they replicate the unique sonic characteristics that allowed the original analog instruments to become the legends they are today.
This sound set is a battle between the legendary Roland TR-909 drum machine and some classic analog filters including a Moog Moogerfooger LPF, Sherman Filterbank 2 and the NIIO Analog Iotine Core. Here the 909 is processed in a number of ways ranging from subtle to completely tore up. Toms turn into basslines, loops become bubbling percussion and hi hats get razor sharp. Includes 513 one- shots of the entire kit ripped-up and mangled and 321 loops that contain combinations of soloed and grouped parts. This Jeff Mills autographed Roland 909 drum machine gets a workout from one of New York’s finest up and coming producers in the game…
Please Note: Filter has been discontinued. The Mac OS X versions of Filter will not be updated for compatibility with Intel Macs, nor will the PC versions be updated for Vista. It remains available for download by current owners who are still running compatible systems, but please note that we do not offer technical support relative to its use in unsupported operating systems.Here is a basic introduction to the individual modules that make up Filter.Filter can be instantiated in mono->mono, mono->stereo and stereo->stereo versions. The Input Meters change to reflect your choice. In the stereo->stereo version, the filters are true stereo filters. The input channels are NOT summed prior to being processed.
‘Zebra – Filters Masterclass‘ takes the guesswork out of producing with Zebra, putting you in total control of one of the world’s most powerful and flexible synths.
These in-depth videos start out at the very start (with the beginner in mind) right through to the advanced features such as filter feedback, advanced modulation, FM filters and much more!
This course includes 15 videos totalling over 200 minutes of in-depth instruction whether you are a beginner or you already know your ways around a synth, with this course you will end up with an advanced, practical understanding of all the different filters and an expert know-how on filter theory. You’ll also learn how to use the filters on a creative level which will help take your tracks to another level!
Historically, it is considered the very first synthesizer for musicians, it became the most popular synth of all time, and still is to this day! MMG uses a 4-pole (24 dB/oct) low-pass filter with cutoff, resonance and a modified ciruit to switch the filter at 2-pole (12 dB/oct). Amazingly filter design has yet to be surpassed by a better sounding filter. It’s a filter that sounds so warm and smooth without rivals. The circuit has been refurbished.