M-Goldie wrote:hi drew
as discussed in my earlier posts, this is not the behaviour of an analogue filter. when a filter is wide open it doesn't effect the sound whether it is analogue, digital or modelled.
if the developer is talking about the subtleties of passing a signal through an analogue filter - i.e. an analogue circuit, then that would be reasonable but that is not what the filter is there for and anyway to just cut out all the high end is not the behaviour of analogue circuits.
M-Goldie wrote:hi paul
thanks for you reply, i'm sure you've studied way more filters than me and if this is the way you want it to sound then fair enough, its your product after all
personally i think the high frequency roll off is unnecessarily severe but i will take the workaround advice.
I agree, unnecessarily severe. I'm all for filters with color, but it seems odd here to be the main filter choice.
A compromise would work great where you could select a moog style if color was needed, but the default filter would be more conventional. In Dcam you can select between filter styles.
M-Goldie wrote:i agree with scrappy and stoutlyric - if these filters are going to stay then we need some more options in the layers palette. the workarounds suggested are not really helpful when what we are talking about is balancing up sample layers.
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