New Filter Plug From Antares

Quad Rhythmic Multimode Filters - golly!      10/11/03
New Filter Plug From Antares
What a filter! From Antares

Anatares have just announced their new filter plugin, the Antares Filter. Made up of four stereo multimode filters, four independent delay lines and a large number of control sources it gives you a prodigious amount of modulation possibilities, with many features optimized for loop-based applications. The bad news is that just for now, Filter is only available for Macintosh RTAS (OS9 + OSX), VST (OS9 + OSX), and MAS (OS9 + OSX). (The PC versions will be available shortly.) Key Filter Features:
  • Four warm, analog-sounding stereo multimode filters
  • Lowpass, highpass, bandpass and notch modes
  • Variable slope: 12dB/oct ­ 48dB/oct
  • Four full-featured delay sections
  • Multiple filter routing options
  • Four Envelope Generators
  • Four multi-shape LFOs
  • Envelope Follower
  • Two Rhythm Generators
  • Powerful Modulation Matrix
  • Extensive MIDI control
  • Every time-based parameter syncable to MIDI To find out more about Filter (including audio demos) point your pointy thing to:
  • http://www.antarestech.com/products/filter.html To download a fully-functional 10-day trial version, go to:
  • http://www.antarestech.com/download/demoform.shtml Filter is now available for download and purchase at the Antares Online Store. Boxed copies will be showing up at your local Antares dealer later this month.

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