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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 10:13 pm 
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OK. Same as with the reverbs...

I still don't find much time to really dig deep into musicmaking and techniques. I do however spend a few minutes every day reading up on various free VST's. I download them, start a new song and experiment with them. However I tend to revert to the old favourites like LarsHa Funkyverb, FSM Philthy and PanzerDelay, Jeskola Raverb...

I'd really like to ask you what's your favourite or standard go-to filters? I know, it's all about taste but still. If anybody would care to elaborate what native or VST reverbs you prefer (and why you use them) I would gladly read about it.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2016 6:46 am 
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for resonant lowpass, jeskola filter 3. when working in buzz, I slap it on anything I need to filter, even if the thing has it's own filter, because filter 3 does it better and with less fuss. that is my go to filter and if I could use it in every DAW I would happily get rid of all the other lowpass filters out there.

for more random and experimental buzz-specific stuff, fsm philta is nice and comes with some good presets, same with zephod's color filters. :)

I have long lusted over the electrix filter queen but will probably never bother getting one because I've already run out of room on my desk. XD


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 12:25 pm 
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Ooh!
Is there a Jeskola filter 3? I didn't know. It's not on buzz.robotplanet.dk. Would you care to share it?
I've just found the Bigyo parametric linEq.
Ok it's an eq and not a filter but awesome to me anyhow. :-)

Bigyo parametric EqLin


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 1:19 pm 
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jeskola filter 3 comes with buzz. i went through a long "gotta catch em all" phase with buzzmachines and fx, then promptly turned it around and went for a "i don't need all this shit" phase and spent a good 6 months with nothing but the stock machines/fx and a vst or two. jeskola filter 3 came out at all times. :) thank you oskari for implementing the handy new search feature, i never much liked dicking around with those endless index menus. XD parameq is huge for sound design and workflow. it's the one thing that will let you follow along with all those dick all tutorials all over the internet that have you eqing 3 bands over and over. true, it's good for sweeping too, but filter 3 gives you a much more musical and obviously resonant way to do that. :)


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:06 am 
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I sincerely can't find Jeskola filter 3 anywhere. It's not in my gearfolder, not in the mdbfolder, not on buzz.robotplanet.do and not in the old massivepack from 2004. I've even searched the internet archive which needs funding by the way.
Would you care to upload the filter here please?

About poking around in indexes you can make an entry in the index called best in show where you stash your favourites.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 2:44 pm 

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Two filters in this bmx, I like many filters in Buzz, these 2 are my fav.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 9:26 pm 

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AndersBrontosaurus wrote:
I sincerely can't find Jeskola filter 3 anywhere.

I think it's a native machine, not in the gear folder (I didn't see any jeskola filter 3 in my effects folder) you can see it in the machine menu in the machine view. It's a small "Qsamo" filter.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 10:28 pm 
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thanks! Finally I found it. Can't see what i did wrong. I did sincerely search in both serchfields to the right called "machines" and "more machines" + looked in the index where it didn't have an entry (or i didn't find it) before I went looking in the gearfolders without finding it but now it's here. Really can't see how I missed it first...

Thank you for sharing your bmx. I always learn something from studying your bmx's.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2017 4:18 am 
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Joachim's Tethys 1.3, no contest. Still the best sounding filter I've heard in any software. Absolutely trounces anything else I've heard especially in commercial products (like a lot of Buzz machines if I'm being perfectly honest).

I also really enjoy Fuzzpilz' 4pf as well, which is the crazy version of a filter in the same way the Chorpse is a crazy version of a chorus (allows you to go all out on the resonance and the "Poles" slider is madness), and his Moogoo has some strange "quality" and "Nonlin" sliders that add some interesting artifacts on top being a solid filter ; Joachim's Mercury is kinda like a simplified Tethys but sounds very creamy and nice to the ears, and his Temperature is also a very useful tool to quickly rebalance a sound ; Zephod's color filters are excellent too, the Blue filter in particular, especially for its separate cutoff for each channel, and its vocal modes that sound very rich ; Bigyo's 2p filter is another simple one, but the Bandpass on it sounds really great.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:24 am 
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Zwei Kreise wrote:
Joachim's Tethys 1.3, no contest. Still the best sounding filter I've heard in any software. Absolutely trounces anything else I've heard especially in commercial products (like a lot of Buzz machines if I'm being perfectly honest).

I also really enjoy Fuzzpilz' 4pf as well, which is the crazy version of a filter in the same way the Chorpse is a crazy version of a chorus (allows you to go all out on the resonance and the "Poles" slider is madness), and his Moogoo has some strange "quality" and "Nonlin" sliders that add some interesting artifacts on top being a solid filter ; Joachim's Mercury is kinda like a simplified Tethys but sounds very creamy and nice to the ears, and his Temperature is also a very useful tool to quickly rebalance a sound ; Zephod's color filters are excellent too, the Blue filter in particular, especially for its separate cutoff for each channel, and its vocal modes that sound very rich ; Bigyo's 2p filter is another simple one, but the Bandpass on it sounds really great.



dude you are so right. i forgot about tethys. good stuff!


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