VST Filter

WWAYM releases NWRCFil2 2-pole and 4-pole filter plug-in for Windows      12/11/07
VST Filter


NWRCFil 2 is a new filter VST effect from WWAYM and the follow-up to their NWRCFil filter plug-in.
WWAYM say that NWRCFil 2 is based on classic hardware filters where simplicity and the warm sound is most important. The effect uses selectable 2-pole and 4-pole filter algorithms with crossfadeable lowpass, bandpass and highpass modes. The characteristics of the filter can be adjusted by 10 correction parameters.
WWAYM tell us that, with the help of the envelope follower and the LFO (with MIDI trigger support), the sound can get lively and dynamic in a way that suits funky guitars perfecly and is ideal for use in today’s house/funk house productions. They say that the sound of the filter is almost indistiguishable from classic analogue hardware filters while the range of parameters allow broader use. This way NWRCFil 2 is as suitable for guitars as it is for any other instrument or just for creating a simple filtersweep.
Features:
  • 2-pole and 4-pole analogue sounding lowpass filters
  • crossfadeable lowpass, bandpass and highpass mode
  • customizable filter characteristics
  • dry/wet mix
  • envelope follower with adjustable attack and release parameters
  • LFO with MIDI trigger support
  • input, output gain controll
  • lots of presets to ease finding a startpoint
  • full MIDI support via MIDI learn
  • interpolated parameters (no steps)
  • easy to use, comfortable and familiar user interface with a display
Mac OS X version will follow soon.
Pricing and Availability:
EUR 55.00, $88.66 USD, £42.12 GBP More information:


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