New RE HLF-RE PASSIVE HIGH/LOW FILTER

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Bes
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Post 20 Sep 2022

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Red Rock Sound HLF-3C completes the Passive EQ Collection (rEQP-1A and reMEQ-5). This plug-in has 12 dB per octave low and high cut filters, providing broad retro-tonal sculpting or bygone-era special effects, without the inconvenience of insertion loss found with the unamplified passive hardware.

You can easily subtract the unnecessary frequencies in any instrument and sub-group so they stay wonderfully musical in the mix.

The original HLF-3C hardware unit is a true passive design; there are no input/output amplifiers and it does not require any external power. As a result, there is an inherent loss of signal level when using the HLF-3C hardware. The RRS HLF-3C plug-in compensates for this inherent signal loss for simplified use in the modern era; it has unity gain upon insertion (there is no insertion loss until one or both of the cut filters is engaged).

The HLF-3C interface is very simple and includes only three controls:

In — This toggle switch is the plug-in bypass control. When in the down position (bypassed), plug-in processing is disabled altogether. The plug-in is engaged with the switch is in the up position. This switch can be used to compare the processed settings to that of the original signal;

Low Cut — This rotary switch specifies the cutoff frequency of the low cut filter. Eleven frequencies are available: 50, 80, 100, 150, 250, 500, 750, 1000, 1500 and 2000 CPS;

High Cut — This rotary switch specifies the cutoff frequency of the high cut filter. Eleven frequencies are available: 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 15 KCS.

Bes
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Post 20 Sep 2022

The cycle per second was a once-common English name for the unit of frequency now known as the hertz (Hz). The plural form was typically used, often written cycles per second, cycles/second, c.p.s., c/s, or, ambiguously, just cycles (Cy./Cyc.). The term comes from the fact that sound waves have a frequency measurable in their number of oscillations, or cycles, per second.

With the organization of the International System of Units in 1960, the cycle per second was officially replaced by the hertz, or reciprocal second, "s−1" or "1/s". Symbolically, "cycle per second" units are "cycle/second", while hertz is "Hz" or "s−1".[2] For higher frequencies, kilocycles (kc), as an abbreviation of kilocycles per second were often used on components or devices. Other higher units like megacycle (Mc) and less commonly kilomegacycle (kMc) were used before 1960[3] and in some later documents.[4] These have modern equivalents such as kilohertz (kHz), megahertz (MHz), and gigahertz (GHz). Following the introduction of the SI standard, use of these terms began to fall off in favor of the new unit, with hertz becoming the dominant convention in both academic and colloquial speech by the 1970s

Bes
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Post 20 Sep 2022

:clap: happy 10th RE anniversary Red Rock! thanks for all the great tools :clap:

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Post 20 Sep 2022

Congratulations and thank you for this gift. Keep on.

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dvdrtldg
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Post 20 Sep 2022

Any particular use for this filter? i.e. does it do something that others don't, or deliver a special kind of sound in the right situation?

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Post 20 Sep 2022

Thanks for the gift, Red Rock Sound. You are an amazing developer. Much love! <3

@Bes,I edited your post to include a link to the RE.

I'm a little saddened to see the device is set to "off" in the picture. This sends the wrong subliminal message.
But I'm delighted to see that the rack mount on the back perfectly matches ReasonTalk's dark mode color.
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Post 20 Sep 2022

Thanks Red Rock Sound 👍🤗 and gratulations for your first 10 years 😀💪🤘
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Post 20 Sep 2022

woohoo... thanks for the 10 years and this :re: :thumbs_up:
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Post 21 Sep 2022

Thank You Buddy ! And Thanks to your Bear President too ! Your Country Rocks ! Your Re's Too ! ; )

Wish you Good Vibes : )

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arnigretar
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Post 21 Sep 2022

Thanks! And congrats for the anniversary! 10 years :D great devices. A huge thank from me.

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motuscott
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Post 21 Sep 2022

Lurves me some RR. Unique plugs they make.
Ta and congrats!
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moalla
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Post 24 Sep 2022

[rackextension]https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... ow-filter/[/rackextension]

Nice freebe in Tubetech blue, Red Rock says about this

" We are glad to present our anniversary plugin. For 10 years we have been delighting you with professional plugins at an affordable price. Thank you for support! "

" Red Rock Sound HLF-3C completes the Passive EQ Collection (rEQP-1A and reMEQ-5). This plug-in has 12 dB per octave low and high cut filters, providing broad retro-tonal sculpting or bygone-era special effects, without the inconvenience of insertion loss found with the unamplified passive hardware.

You can easily subtract the unnecessary frequencies in any instrument and sub-group so they stay wonderfully musical in the mix.

The original HLF-3C hardware unit is a true passive design; there are no input/output amplifiers and it does not require any external power. As a result, there is an inherent loss of signal level when using the HLF-3C hardware. The RRS HLF-3C plug-in compensates for this inherent signal loss for simplified use in the modern era; it has unity gain upon insertion (there is no insertion loss until one or both of the cut filters is engaged). "

Also Measure [rackextension]https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... n/measure/[/rackextension] and other RackExtensions of them are now free
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Post 24 Sep 2022

Thanx! What a nice gesture!!!!
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Post 01 Nov 2022

Many thanks to everyone for the congratulations!
You are the best guys, keep creating, making the best music in the world.

Best regards,
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AnotherMathias
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Post 01 Nov 2022

Yes, thanks for this!

I have a small bit-picking request: Any chance you can update the RE so the menu title is not in all caps? It looks so untidy among all the other REs in the menus.

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