Free Analog-Style Filter

Flower Child Filter for Mac and Windows has a clean/dirty switch      07/01/19

Soundemote tells us that Flower Child Filter is the first in an upcoming series of boutique analog-style filters. They say that Flower Child is aptly named for its goal to have a clean and resonant sound but there is also a switch for an aggressive growling version that is sure to cater to your more destructive side.

A spokesperson said, "Flower Child Filter is a lab experiment focusing in our future series of boutique analog-style filters F.M.D release. The goal is to have many unique filters with recognizable quirks that you can select from a simple dropdown list.

Flower Child presents two of the many filters we are planning on including on the final F.M.D release along with some experimental parameters that are very fun to use. Try it on drums, bass, buses, whatever! It will change your sound significantly with just a few tweaks.

The audio plugin also features two envelope followers to open and close the filter. And by turning the output to 0, the amplitude envelope will open and close the output volume fully, so that the filter is still musically useful when self-oscillating."

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