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Joe_caithness

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Filters with extra "benefit"s
« on: March 28, 2012, 05:15:06 am »

Sorry for the massively open question, finding it hard to describe what I'm after..

Due to the nature of older analogue pass filters curves I am aware they can create a bump before the cut of frequency which can be implemented as a kind of focus, I've done it software before, and I find myself doing a lot of shelf lift, filter cut just after on tracks where the energy is sitting wrong for example.

Is anyone using analogue filters to cut and focus on a 2 track mix? I know there are a few German ones floating around..
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Re: Filters with extra "benefit"s
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2012, 09:25:05 am »

Not sure if this is what you're talking about but...

The 18kHz low-pass filter on the Massive Passive adds a very small bump in the highs down to the upper mids (4kHz-ish?). It can be useful for those tracks where you need to add a little sheen and soften the super-highs.
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Re: Filters with extra "benefit"s
« Reply #2 on: March 28, 2012, 10:26:53 am »

Thanks Allen, exactly the kinda thing I'm interested in here!
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