Version 1 Filters

 

Terminology

 

2-Pole Multi Mode

12 db/Octave filter with 3 Cutoff frequency modulation inputs and a choice of Low, High or Band pass filter outputs.
2-Pole Multi Mode 2

Bug fixed version of the above - Cutoff Zipper noise is suppressed and Modulation works even if Cutoff is turned all the way down.
4-Pole High Pass

24db/Octave High Pass filter. 3 mod inputs for Cutoff modulation.
4-Pole Low Pass

24db/Octave Low Pass filter. 3 mod inputs for Cutoff modulation.
4-Pole Low Pass V

A 'vintage' version of the above, in which the level of the original signal remains unchanged, regardless of the Resonance setting. 3 mod inputs for Cutoff modulation.

4-Pole Low Pass V - ResMod

As above, but with a Modulation input for the Resonance amount, and only 2 Mod ins for the Cutoff frequency.
8-Pole Band Pass

Attenuates the high and low frequencies, letting a central band through untouched - Cut Off determines the central frequency around which the Band is determined. 3 Mod inputs for Cutoff frequency.
18dB Low Pass
18db/Octave Low Pass filter. 3 mod inputs for Cutoff modulation.
Uknow Low Pass
12db/Octave Low Pass filter as used in the Pulsar Uknow 007 synth, which is modelled on the highly popular Juno 106. The filters are very closely modelled on the original.
Uknow Low Pass - ResMod
As above, but with a Modulation input for the Filter Resonance.
Uknow Low Pass/High Pass - ResMod

As above, but with an additional (non-resonant) High Pass filter. The Resonance knob and all modulation inputs control resonance for the low-pass filter only. There is a separate control for the Cut off of the High Pass filter.

Fixed Filter Bank
Filter with 11 separate bands with cut/boost controls for each frequency band, and a seperate gain control for the whole filter. You'll find this in the 'Effects' folder, not the Filters, for some reason.

Samples

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