Audio Technology

ARTURIA 3 FILTERS & 3 PRES DAW Plug-ins

FILTER THE CREAM

Price: $139

To the recording engineer, EQ filters are a way of carving out space in a mix. To the FOH engineer, high pass filters buy headroom in the sub sends. But to the electronic music producer, filters are practically instruments.

Arturia’s new trio of filter plug-ins are derived from classic analogue synths. In typical Arturia style, every ounce of possible musicality and manipulation is squeezed from each one. No matter what kind of music you produce, these filters are creative tools you need to have in your arsenal.

SEM FILTER 1

Oberheim’s SEM (Synthesizer Expander Module) was always meant as a modular synth add-on, so a filter spin-off is right in

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