iZotope introduces Mobius Filter
iZotope presents Mobius Filter, a plugin inspired by the concept of the Shepard Tone to bring the sensation of constant movement to your audio.
According to iZotope, Mobius Filter is based on the auditory illusion of the Shepard tone to create the sensation of infinite movement through infinitely ascending or descending filter sweeps that can be manipulated with a X/Y pad.
- User can draw his own expressive sweeps with the X/Y pad, making fluid adjustments to both Center Frequency and Resonance using a single control.
- Possibility to get a rapid, pulsing effect or slower motion by adjusting the Host Tempo Sync to anything from eighth notes to eight bars.
- Ability to create an immersive environment using the Stereo slider to widen the stereo field.
- Static filter effect available by pausing the filter motion with the Pause function - or pause when it feels right and then automate to create custom sweeps
MSRP is $49. More details at iZotope's website.
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