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Re: Favorite VST/AU Plugins?
« Reply #30 on: November 24, 2017, 10:14:42 AM »
I've been messing with Slate Digital Revival over the holiday (http://slatedigital.com/revival/). Worth checking out, as it's free if you have an iLok 2. Simple 2-knob plugin with Shimmer and Thickness controls.
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Re: Favorite VST/AU Plugins?
« Reply #31 on: December 09, 2017, 09:42:47 AM »
http://www.elysia.com/software/niveau-filter/

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Get the niveau filter section of our famous mpressor plugin - it's free! Add punch to muffled snares, reduce the harshness from active pickups, create some wonderful Dub and LoFi sounds... there are so many ways to benefit from this little tool. It's fast, efficient, and most important: It sounds great! 

This filter is a specialist in changing the overall sonic character of a signal with ease. It features two comprehensive controllers and is capable of producing convincing results in no time at all. Whenever a classic shelving filter would be too limited and a fully parametric filter would be too much, the niveau filter is the perfect tool.

Its main function is to change the proportions between high and low frequencies. The principle is quite similar to a pair of scales: Dependent on the gain setting around a variable center frequency, the high frequencies are boosted whereas the low frequencies are attenuated (or vice versa) at the same time.


The center frequency can be shifted continuously between 26 Hz and 2.2 kHz or between 260 Hz and 22 kHz respectively (when the x10 switch is activated). The characteristics of the filter change in the extreme positions of the EQ Gain controller: The fully counter-clockwise setting will give you a low pass filter; fully clockwise position will result in a high pass filter

This might be of interest for those who are wary of learning to EQ their recordings. A quick simple adjustment from this "tilt EQ" (it's like a see-saw, when you turn down the lows, you're turning up the highs, and vice versa) can make a big difference on an audience tape with no further EQ work. It is free, though you have to sign up for an account so they can spam you.
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