Free Moog-Inspired Filterbank For Ableton

US Puremagnetik Frequencizer offers sound sculpting like the Moog 914 and Doepfer A-128      24/03/15

Free Moog-Inspired Filterbank For Ableton


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Puremagnetik has released Frequencizer, which they describe as an effect that brings the vintage sound sculpting capabilities of the Moog 914 and Doepfer A-128 fixed filterbanks right to your desktop.

A spokesperson told us, "With 12 fixed band filters, LP / HP controls and even a 'vintage' mode, this filterbank adds a unique sonic dimension to Ableton Live. Frequencizer even goes beyond the hardware it emulates to include a realtime spectroscope. Shape your sounds into something completely new or get instantly inspired with this no-nonsense Max for Live audio effect."

System Requirements
Ableton Live 9.1 or higher with Max for Live 6.1.9 or higher

Pricing and Availability:
Frequencizer  is free through the end of March 2015. It will cost $15 thereafter.

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