Moog Modular Filter Bank Recreated As A Plug-In

Audio Damage 914 is available as VST or AU      09/03/06
Moog Modular Filter Bank Recreated As A Plug-In


The Audio Damage 914 Fixed Filter Bank is a faithful recreation of the Moog Modular Synthesizer's 914 module, and a major upgrade to the original 907A plugin. Audio Damage tell us that this new plug-in creates unique filter textures by passing the signal through twelve band-pass filters, as well as a low-pass and high-pass filter.
Here’s what Audio Damage say about the 914 on their website:
‘The 914 is a subtle effect, capable of adding rich luster to pads, and giving percussive and lead synth sounds a vocal quality. It is an excellent tool for the sound designer's palette, simple to use yet capable of complex and unique timbres. Improvements over the original 907A include a bandwidth control, separate level adjustments for wet and dry signal, makeup gain, and four extra frequency bands.’ Features:
  • 24db Low-pass and high-pass filters.
  • Twelve fixed-frequency band-pass filters.
  • True stereo operation.
  • Separate wet and dry level controls.
  • 15dB of makeup gain on the wet level.
  • Full MIDI learn mode, for MIDI CC control of every control (VST only; handled by host in AU version).
    914 is available as a VST effect for Windows, and as a Universal Binary AU/VST for OSX. PPC version requires OSX 10.3.9 or later. Owners of the 907A should purchase the crossgrade / upgrade version. Price
    Full version: $39 USD
    Crossgrade/Upgrade: $10 USD More from:
    • www.audiodamage.com More From: AUDIO DAMAGE
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