Waves launches the MetaFilter plug-in
The new Waves MetaFilter plug-in is a multimode filter with various modulation options, available with a special introductory price.
Described as flexible, MetaFilter allows for reproducing, according to Waves, the warm and fat sound of classic analog filters. You can control the filter cutoff, resonance and delay time, as well as create modulation effects (sweeps, tremolo, auto-wah, rhythmic gating, ducking…) thanks to a 16-step sequencer, an LFO and an envelope follower with optional sidechain, as well as a modulable delay.
The plug-in is powered by the Waves Virtual Voltage Technology and can be managed with an external controller thanks to the built-in MIDI Learn.
MetaFilter is available in Native formats for Mac OS X and Windows, and retails for the introductory price of $99 instead of $200. You can download a trial version from www.waves.com.
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