HoRNet FilterSolo plug-in
HoRNet introduces FilterSolo, a new resonant filter plug-in with modulation capability for Mac OS X and Windows.
FilterSolo features a multimode filter with high-pass, low-pass, band-pass and band-stop and a choice of 12 or 24 dB slopes, that can be applied to a frequency range from 20 Hz and 20 kHz. You can adjust, for each type of filter, resonance and cutoff, and these two controls can be freely modulated thanks to two envelope followers with multiple waveforms, and attack and release adjustments with times from 10ms and 1s.
To further shape the sound, FilterSolo includes two LFOs that can separately modulate the filter cutoff frequency and resonance. The LFO speeds can freely adjusted or synced to the host tempo, and four waveforms are available for this option. HoRNet adds that the modulation functions can be positive or negative, which allows for creating different types of sounds.
HoRNet used digital technologies as well as an analog emulation of saturation and hiss, both can be disabled via buttons on the GUI.
FilterSolo is a VST 2/3, AU and RTAS plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bit. It is available for 17.90 € and you can download a trial version from www.hornetplugins.com.
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