Musical High Pass Filters

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Re: Musical High Pass Filters

Post by Mordus » Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:01 pm

Very interesting opinions, Thanks!
I'll check them with pleasure :)
Keep it simple, be happy.

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Re: Musical High Pass Filters

Post by SWANG » Tue Apr 12, 2016 8:34 am

allow me to suggest 2 filter libraries i find very flexible and that i use on a great many projects.

tim p.'s n2065 (if you're a fan of that n*ve sound...and really, who isn't?), you need to grab this one.

http://www.timpetherick.co.uk/downloads ... ilters-v2/

also cupwise's yourei hp/lp library is another awesome library. in fact, he's the master of filter libraries, but this one is my most used. one of the libraries that really inspired my personal nebula "lightbulb moment"...

http://www.cupwise.com/fx/shop/yourei-hplp-filters/

enjoy! :)

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Re: Musical High Pass Filters

Post by ryancost » Tue Apr 12, 2016 1:11 pm

Excellent thanks so much for the suggestions! I definitely want to get those TimP and Cupwise filters, I have the mixing pack 1 which I love and which has some nice Yourei stuff. Agree on HO's stuff, especially love Titan and TCS, I find the Girthy sounds great but it can make things sound quite "big" and thats not always what I'm aiming for with acoustic. Appreciate the great input 8-)

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