Free Classic Filter from new dev MagmaSonic

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Loque
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Post 25 Oct 2017

Its a HPF & LPF in one device with some "Spice" on top. And its free.

Welcome to Reason World and gratulations to your first release, MagmaSonic!

https://shop.propellerheads.se/product/classic-filter/

PS: Not sure, for what the CV out is...
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sdst
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Post 25 Oct 2017

Thank for the RE

PS: Not sure, for what the CV out is...
looks like the some cv signal goes in and out through

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Namyo85
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Post 25 Oct 2017

Cool. Thanks for the heads up.

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Flavolous
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Post 25 Oct 2017

Nice! Reason has been longing for a default hp filter, this looks like a good candidate. I always feel its necessary to stick one at the end of a mastering chain after adding exciters to the high or low-end to regain some control before going into the limiter. Will be interesting to see if this is transparent enough for that task with the knob spice set to 0. AF4 has some kind of compression algorithm and heavily colours the sound, F16 is a little awkward to work with and tweaking too much results in colouration as well.

There seems to be a typo in the first line of the product page.

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friday
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Post 25 Oct 2017

Thank You MagmaSonic!

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decoder
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Post 25 Oct 2017

Nice sounding filter... And its free! Thanks MagmaSonic!

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moneykube
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Post 25 Oct 2017

couldn't find manual... but thanks... probably easy to figure out anyway

Mr. Watts
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Post 25 Oct 2017

What a pleasant surprise! Every Reason user could use one of these. Thanks Magmasonic!

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Majestik Monkey
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Post 25 Oct 2017

Big Thanks to MagmaSonic :puf_wink:

Ps ......... Kool name too ! :thumbs_up: :P

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Catblack
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Post 25 Oct 2017

This is amazing and long overdue! Thanks Magmasonic!!!
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challism
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Post 25 Oct 2017

What a wonderful birthday gift to find in the shop! Thank you MagnaSonic!

This is a really great sounding filter for sure!! Instant favorite RE. :)

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MikeMcKew
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Post 26 Oct 2017

This is awesome, thanks so much! I've been looking for a filter exactly like this!
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Taff
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Post 26 Oct 2017

Many thanks.

drno
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Post 26 Oct 2017

thanks guys, I'm still preparing new Re's soon to be available.

-MagmaSonic from Tenerife, Canary islands-

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challism
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Post 26 Oct 2017

@drno, If you need any help beta testing, Reasontalk is an excellent resource for developers to find experienced Reason users/beta testers. We also have a private forum for developers and their beta teams to use. Just let us know and we can set you up!

:)

Also..... regarding the amazing filter you just released.... what exactly is the CV in doing/modifying?

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RoryM0
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Post 26 Oct 2017

Hi there @drno, thanks for this! Out of interest the description mentions it is modeled on an analog circuit, could you tell us which circuit? Thanks.

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Post 26 Oct 2017

challism wrote:
26 Oct 2017

Also..... regarding the amazing filter you just released.... what exactly is the CV in doing/modifying?
I too would like to know this especially the out?!

Was only thinking there is not enough filters! Thanks..


Just tested it there think its a passthrough!
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Post 26 Oct 2017

Thank you

Heater
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Post 26 Oct 2017

Loque wrote:
25 Oct 2017
Its a HPF & LPF in one device with some "Spice" on top. And its free.

Welcome to Reason World and gratulations to your first release, MagmaSonic!

https://shop.propellerheads.se/product/classic-filter/

PS: Not sure, for what the CV out is...
Thanks Loque and thanks for the generosity of the developer.

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Electric-Metal
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Post 26 Oct 2017

Thank's Drno.
A simple and nice Filter. Will come in handy
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Post 26 Oct 2017

Thanks cant wait to try.

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challism
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Post 26 Oct 2017

AttenuationHz wrote:
26 Oct 2017
challism wrote:
26 Oct 2017

Also..... regarding the amazing filter you just released.... what exactly is the CV in doing/modifying?
I too would like to know this especially the out?!

Was only thinking there is not enough filters! Thanks..


Just tested it there think its a passthrough!
Yes, I think it is a pass-through. I hooked both the input signal and output to SKOPE and they seem identical. Still not sure exactly what the cv in is controlling, though. Seems to be more than just the cutoff. Is it doing both cutoff and res together? Maybe throwing in a bit of the spice into the mix, too?

I'm sort of wishing the cv in had a scale knob on it to dial down the cv input level. And while I am wishing, I wish there were separate cv inputs for all the knobs on the front (at least cutoff, res, spice). But I am definitely NOT complaining. This filter sounds amazing.... very vintage analogue, at least to my crappy ears. :)

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Post 26 Oct 2017

challism wrote:
26 Oct 2017
AttenuationHz wrote:
26 Oct 2017


I too would like to know this especially the out?!

Was only thinking there is not enough filters! Thanks..


Just tested it there think its a passthrough!
Yes, I think it is a pass-through. I hooked both the input signal and output to SKOPE and they seem identical. Still not sure exactly what the cv in is controlling, though. Seems to be more than just the cutoff. Is it doing both cutoff and res together? Maybe throwing in a bit of the spice into the mix, too?

I'm sort of wishing the cv in had a scale knob on it to dial down the cv input level. And while I am wishing, I wish there were separate cv inputs for all the knobs on the front (at least cutoff, res, spice). But I am definitely NOT complaining. This filter sounds amazing.... very vintage analogue, at least to my crappy ears. :)
Just cutoff I think... Only tested it for a couple of minutes.
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drno
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Post 26 Oct 2017

the cv input modulates the filter a fixed amount around the cutoff value, it's not very spectacular, but does a good job for the type of effects seen in the video, fed the cv in an LFO and changing the lfo speed synchronized with the tempo:


in next revisions I'll add more "cv in" for the cutoff, resonace and spice pot, and a knob to control the modulation of the LFO input.
I hope to find some time ...

-MagmaSonic-

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jayhosking
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Post 26 Oct 2017

Thanks kindly for this. I've been wanting a new simple and interesting filter for quite a while. I'll pick it up ASAP!

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