In this Synth Expert Review, courtesy of Pro Tools Expert, Technical Editor James Ivey takes a look at a classic - The Moog Multimode Filter plug-in by Universal Audio for the UAD-2 DSP platform.
James demonstrates this filter plug-in on Bass, Guitar and Drum tracks in a 70's style funk mix - Watch the video to see how fat and funky James gets his tracks sounding.
James isn't naturally drawn to synth style plug-ins, however, he found it easy to use and managed to get some very interesting retro sounds from it. Watch the video to also find out why James prefers The Moog Multimode Filter plug-in out of the three that are available in The Moog Multimode Filter Plug-in Collection.
For more information about The Moog Multimode Filter Plug-in Collection please visit the Universal Audio website.
- Designed in collaboration with Moog Music and their chief scientist, Cyril Lance
- Several classic and modern Moog instrument features combined into one simple, creative control set
- Improved nonlinear filter design including 1-4 pole Slope operation and 20Hz to 20k Cutoff Frequency
- Lowpass, Highpass, Bandpass and Notch filtering with self oscillation, saturation and zero artifacts
- Expanded Envelope Attack/Release control, audio rate LFO and expanded Destination options
- Dual LFOs with independent Rate and Waveform selection plus independent Tempo Sync/Tap Tempo
- Full-featured, 16-step Sequencer with four assignable lanes with Amount, Glide and global Sync and Swing
- Collection includes original Moog Multimode Filter Legacy and low DSP “SE” version