Best listened to on headphones!
I rendered this ambient clip at the highest internal oversampling rate running it at 48khz. All filtering is done with just one instance of The drop (v0.9.18) with some elements using DAW automation. I used a pre-rendered .aiff drone i created using pitchshifting and other stuff and then ran it through the drop.
(Actual screenshot of the settings)
-> The wet/dry Knob was set to 0 in the beginning but is automated throughout the track.
-> The LFO rate and multi are both automated throughout the track.
-> The LFO Curve slowly rises via automation from start to finish in the track.
The two filters types were Cascade for the HPF and Sallen Key for the LPF
This clip is not really a musical clip, but more of a technical showcasing of how good the filtering aspect of The Drop actually is.
I love how clean the lows can get with this filter.. I can't wait until the full version is released..
I rendered the track @48khz with a dither going from 32bit to 24bit using the Triangle dither in Live 9. That clip took about 13 minutes to render but I wanted to really push the drop and hear how it sounds on it's highest quality settings.
Feel free to D/L the original 24bit 48khz recording to here it properly for yourself since SC is kind of lame.
Note: I was going to use the glue on the master channel, but i figured I would leave it clean so you hear just the direct output of The Drop doing all it's beautiful subtle things.
Developers please focus only on 64bit development. Let 32-bit finally die and become a thing of the past.