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Category: Filter

An audio filter is a frequency dependent amplifier circuit, working in the audio frequency range, 0 Hz to beyond 20 kHz. Audio filters can amplify (boost), pass or attenuate (cut) some frequency ranges. Many types of filters exist for different audio applications including hi-fi stereo systems, musical synthesizers, sound effects, sound reinforcement systems, instrument amplifiers and virtual reality systems.

Darksichord

Darksichord Darksichord is a free plugin instrument for Windows & Mac. Darksichord featuring a multi-sampled Harpsichord, processed with several layers of sound and effects to give it a darker…

Sweep Filter

Sweep By Lese “Sweep is an effect that filters. Utilizing the same algorithms that sound designers use to create shephard tones / risset filters, Sweep…

STriFE

STriFE Briefly: the ringmod. designed for leads / chords I forgot what the name stands for. “Subtraction Triple Ringmod Filter Engine” or something like that.…

Border

Border Border is a second order Butterworth Low-Pass, High-Pass filter combination for general use, characterised by smooth response and an analogue character. Remove unwanted frequencies…

HLF-3C

HLF-3C By Red Rock Sound Win32 Win64 OSX VST AU HLF-3C is a 12 dB per octave low and high cut filters plugin, providing broad retro-tonal sculpting or bygone-era special effects,…

TugGlicento

TugGlicento “TugGlicento is an audio effect plugin for Windows (VST3), Mac (VST AU)  it  can play multiple effects simultaneously, by  triggering box TugGlicento  can be…