At a time when Bob Moog and others were pioneering the concept of voltage control for oscillators, filters, amplifiers, and more, Bob Moog again broke the mold and conceived a fixed filter bank; no voltage control! This was not an equalizer although it had certain visual characteristics of one. No, the intent of the FFB was to enhance the primary signal, adding harmonics at specific frequencies or removing them at others. This was a time when musicians and engineers were struggling to come to terms with the new synthesizers charging across the music industry and how to employ them in the composing and performing world.
– Features fourteen vintage style fixed frequency, inductor based filters.
– There is a LP and a HP shelf filter
– Twelve Band Pass filters are set at half octave interval spacings, which range from 125 Hz through to 5.8kHz.
– Option to split into two six band filters (175Hz, 350Hz, 700Hz, 1.4kHz, 2.8Khz and 5.6 kHz plus Low Pass) for the Left Channel, and the alternate six bands (125 Hz, 250 Hz, 500 Hz, 1kHz, 2 kHz, 4kHz plus High Pass) for the Right channel. This is a very musical split, as it can perform as two separate Fixed Filter Banks with Octave spacing between filters, and the Right channel is offset against the Left channel by a half octave.
– Wet-Dry cross fader mixes between the treated signal and the dry or external signal , again with manual and Voltage Controlled panning between banks.
– Zero latency
– macOS: AU, AAX and VST3 formats.
– Windows: VST3 and AAX formats.