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SonicXTC Filta Crunch VST v1.0
SonicXTC Filta Crunch VST v1.0

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What is a Filta Crunch?

FC01 is a re-creation of an insert signal chain used in many studios when tracking drums, instruments or vocals for recording. It consists of a classic Moog* type filter, a tube amp drive similar to the ARM 101, and nice straight forward waveshaper with gain, gain squared, and gain cubed respectively.

Why we like it.

Just like in the computer world where "garbage in = garbage out," the same often holds true in the music production world. A lame recording can rarely be saved with post processing. FC01 is a nice tool to help beef up kicks, add sizzle to a snare, or just add a bit of distortion to allow a vocal to cut through a mix. The waveshaper helps to set the FC01 apart from the pack. Waveshaping is a popular synthesis-and-transformation technique that turns simple sounds into complex sounds. You can take a pure tone, like a sine wave, and transform it into a harmonically rich sound by changing its shape. A guitar fuzz box is an example of a waveshaper. The unamplified electric guitar sound is fairly close to a sine wave. But the fuzz box amplifies it and gives it sharp corners.

Why you should get it.

Its free.

Its good.

Its got dual channel amp gain

See A, B, and C above.


128 user presets

Midi automation


2-pole 24db filter

Two channel tube amp drive emulation
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