OttoPhilter
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Audio Unit auto/touch wah filter with LFO control.   Demo ($19.99)
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OttoPhilter is an auto/touch wah filter with LFO control and sub-octave generation and a second auto/touch wah filter on the sub-octave. OttoPhilter has all 64 bit internal audio processing.

There's a level meter tied to the touch wah sensitivity to help you adjust OttoPhilter to suit your playing dynamics. OttoPhilter has two driven resonant filter sections - one on your input signal and one for the generated sub-octave. The filters sweep by using triggered envelopes or tracking the input signal or using LFOs. It's the ultimate envelope filter.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Audio Unit Host.



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Downloads:2,324
Version Downloads:1,386
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Demo
Date:10 Dec 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $19.99
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OttoPhilter is an auto/touch wah filter with LFO control and sub-octave generation and a second auto/touch wah filter on the sub-octave. OttoPhilter has all 64 bit internal audio processing.

There's a level meter tied to the touch wah sensitivity to help you adjust OttoPhilter to suit your playing dynamics. OttoPhilter has two driven resonant filter sections - one on your input signal and one for the generated sub-octave. The filters sweep by using triggered envelopes or tracking the input signal or using LFOs. It's the ultimate envelope filter.


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