UAD Moog Multimode Filter Collection for UAD-2Apr 27, 2017 - 11:01
With its incredibly rich sounds — ranging from buzz-saw to syrupy — and built in sequencing capabilities, the new UAD Moog Multimode Filter Collection for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces represents a major advancement for all of filter kind.
Built for modern sequencer-based song production, the new Moog Multimode Filter XL plug-in — a one year effort between Moog Music and UA — borrows from various incarnations of Moog designs, nailing the essential Moog filter character unlike any software emulation in history. Prepare for a brave new world.
A Moog Filter with More Modes, Slopes, and Range
Borrowed from the amazing Sub 37, the Moog Multimode XL plug-in offers four distinct filter slopes and full-range 20Hz to 20kHz operation for massive filter flexibility — from gentle frequency shaping to tortuously squelched self-oscillation and phase effects. Equally useful as an EQ or subharmonic enhancer, the Multimode XL Filter plug-in can be used to blow out drums and percussion, or inject subtle edge and depth to synth and guitar tracks. Use the Resonance control for dynamic speech-like timbres and accentuate specific frequencies for truly unique sounds.
Endless Dual LFO Modulation Effects
Borrowed from the Sonic Six, the Moog Multimode XL's LFO Modulation section features two fully independent, tap tempo controlled LFO Rate controls, allowing musical, polyrhythmic phrases. And with seven LFO Wave selections including Slewed Random — a nod to the legendary Moog Sub 37 synth — and positive or negative wave LFO Reset, you can sculpt rich automated sweeps.
The Moog Multimode Filter Collection also includes the Multimode Filter and DSP-lite Multimode Filter SE plug-ins and is a must-have for any dance and electronic producer/engineer.
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