[PD] anyone have a nice filter?

matthijs at devdsp.net matthijs at devdsp.net
Sun Aug 10 13:41:22 CEST 2003

Thanks for the link ... I'll check it out (though, as a rule, I'm not
too fond of "moog" filters).

On Sun, Aug 10, 2003 at 12:43:54PM +0200, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Hallo,
> Josh Steiner hat gesagt: // Josh Steiner wrote:
> > i need a really nice sounding filter with control over the Q. ... i've 
> > tried piecing one together from [lop~]  and [hip~] and [vcf~] but i can 
> > never get around it having a dead, muddy sound, i'd like one that sounds 
> > really warm like the default one in fruity loops or on many synthesizers.
> > 
> > does anyone either have some tips on how to do this myself, a patch 
> > where they've made a nice one, or pointers to a good one in an external 
> > somewhere?
> You want this moog~ variation: 
>  http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/~dfl/pd/index.htm
> Although this has a name conflict with Gunether's moog~ it just sounds
> phatter than anything else. There also is a problem with multiple
> instances of this moog~ inside a patch: They interfere with each other
> for some reason. I didn't look into this yet, but it should be
> possible to fix that. Probably too many "static" functions in the
> source code.
> You can set it to be in high-, low- or bandpass mode.
> ciao
> -- 
>  Frank Barknecht                               _ ______footils.org__
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take care,

Matthijs de Jonge
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