Free Plug-In Splits Signal Into 4 Frequency Ranges

Robin Schmidt's Music Engineering Tools releases Crossover VST for Window      05/03/10
Free Plug-In Splits Signal Into 4 Frequency Ranges


Robin Schmidt's Music Engineering Tools have replaced Crossover 3-Way by CrossOver which now allows for splitting a signal into up to 4 bands. Here's all the details from Robin...
CrossOver is a plug-in to split an incoming signal into several (at most 4) frequency ranges. It can be used to build your own multiband effects within a modular (sub)host environment. By using only 2 bands, you can also create bass-effects. These are effects which (counterintuitively) keep the low frequency range dry and affect only the high frequency range. The band-splitting is done by complementary pairs ofLinkwitz-Riley lowpass/highpass filters, the slope of which is adjustable between 12 and 96 dB/oct. For configurations with more than 2 output bands, the signal is first split into 2 bands (low and high) and then the low or high or both bands is/are split further, thus the splitting is done in a hierarchical manner.
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