Free Audio Filter Plugin

US Polyverse Music introduces Filtron      03/08/23

Polyverse Music has introduced Filtron, which they describe as a high-quality, free audio filter plugin.

Assaf, CEO of Polyverse Music, told us, "After Supermodal, Filtron is the second filter in the Polyverse Filter Trilogy.We're excited to release this deliciously musical filter for free to the creative community."

Here's a description straight from the company...

Filtron is a 12dB state variable filter that can smoothly transition between lowpass, bandpass, and highpass. It is capable of self-oscillation with resonance levels that can reach up to 11. Filtron also features a fat sounding internal saturation algorithm and a sizzly post overdrive with two modes to choose from: cold and hot.

Filtron's parameters can be modulated via sidechain by CV generators such as Gatekeeper. Each channel in a stereo pair is treated as a separate modulation source and can be split to stereo. Filtron is also optimized for audio rate modulation.

Filtron is available in VST2, VST3, AU, and AAX formats, making it compatible with a variety of host applications including Ableton Live, Logic, Pro Tools, Cubase, Reason, and Studio One. It can be used in 64-bit instances with Windows 7 and up, as well as Mac OS X 10.13 and up (intel and apple silicon).

In addition to the release of Filtron, Polyverse Music is also announcing its summer sale. From August 1 to August 15, 2023, customers can enjoy up to 33% off on several popular plugins and a pair of bundles.

Pricing and Availability:
Free download.

More information:

 



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