|Author||Topic: filter wanted|
Posted: 29th April 2003 05:05
I'm looking for a DECENT filter VST or DX plugin. Any recommandations ?
Posted: 29th April 2003 05:08
Best, but most expensive :OhmForce Quad Fromage
Cheaper : ZaFi2, or SuperCamelPhat 2
Free : Northpole
Posted: 29th April 2003 05:10
Yeah I'll second that. I've recently bought SuperCamelPhat, and I wasn't too impressed with it at first, but the more I click on the random button, the more I love it! QuadFrohmage is absolutely awesome, but they do want the shirt off your back for it, and I'm low on shirts right now, but I will get it sooner or later.
Posted: 29th April 2003 05:27
Quad Fromage. Period.
Posted: 29th April 2003 05:49
whyterabbyt, could you post a link to the website of ZaFi2? never heard of it...
EDIT: nevermind, found it myself. you were talking about zapfilter2...
Posted: 29th April 2003 05:52
A bit of self promotion, Qwah is an affordable and flexible VST filter produced by us. 4 filters with 14 different type of filters, with all the filters proporties controllable by a LFO/envelope follower/step sequencer. The demo can be download at http://www.concretefx.com/QwahDemo.zip and more information is available at http://www.concretefx.com/Qwah.htm . Hope this is useful.
Jonathan Ayres: ConcreteFX
Posted: 29th April 2003 06:21
Sorry for the confusion Dr Wackler; Im sure it either turns up as 'ZaFi2' in Sonar's menus, or thats the name of the .dll, but yes, it is ZapFilter2 I meant...
Posted: 29th April 2003 06:22
Also, check out JC Oscil Resonne (don't recall the link)
not ultra fat, but very useful for lfo sweeps...
...Or Tiny God Breather...
Posted: 29th April 2003 07:14
also check out my Free Filters made with Synthedit
failing that, check Qwah.. great filter.
if I was to buy a filter now it would be Qwah.
these guys are making great plugins at great prices.
Posted: 29th April 2003 07:25
Hey, Ben, any plans to add a "Quick Effects Links" pulldown to KVR? I know that's not the main thrust of KVR, but we sure do talk about effects a lot here. 'Twould be handy to have all this wisdom organized in one place.
Posted: 29th April 2003 08:56
'ZaFi2' got me some results on a web search, so it seems to be kind of official name, too ...
Posted: 29th April 2003 09:26
Posted: 29th April 2003 09:51
ohmygod is virtually free - you have to be compooter moosic
But frohmage is definitely free - still does the do for me
Evne tho quadfrohmage is a better system
Posted: 30th April 2003 01:30
Can't find this JC Oscil Resonne thing, anyone more information ?
Posted: 30th April 2003 14:21
fruityloops comes with a couple of plain but usefull filters, and I believe that you can get them by simply downloading the demo, and then copying them from fl's vstplugin folder into your normal one...
Posted: 30th April 2003 16:32
It's Jerome Schmidt! JS Oscil Resonne, there should be a link at vst central.
Posted: 1st May 2003 07:01
Yeah, sorry about that! Not jc, but js...
Here's a link to the site, it's in french and the layout is not the best,
but look under plugins...