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Anyone use one as a plug-in that they like the sound of? I'm specifically working on something where this would save exactly one metric butt-ton of automation...

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What exactly are you using it for? –  Utopia Nov 4 '10 at 6:12
    
I'm experimenting using crashing surf with an automated bandpass filter as a means to create a whistling wind effect. –  NoiseJockey Nov 4 '10 at 14:18
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Soundtoys Filter Freak is great.

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Thank you, @Justin: I've not grabbed any of Soundtoys' goodies yet, despite their rep, so I had totally overlooked Filter Freak. Great option! –  NoiseJockey Nov 4 '10 at 14:21
    
Using it right now…amazing results with minimal effort! –  Jay Jennings Nov 5 '10 at 3:59
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I've been messing with the Bluecat plugins - at first they seem like straight forward level & spectrum analysis meters but they can output MIDI from their analysis!! So you could feed the level as a control voltage across to whatever filter plugin you like... http://www.bluecataudio.com

In the real/analogue world I personally like the Doepfer A119 module ;) Its intriguing that an analogue synth technique that has been around for decades is relatively rare in the virtual world....

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Whoa, that's pretty unique! Super cool. Could totally see routing that data into this Waldorf Pulse on my desk..! :-) –  NoiseJockey Nov 4 '10 at 19:42
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+1 for Filter Freak!

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I think Live has one build inside. If you dont want to use Live, you can use the PSP Nitro for it, one of my fav. plugins at the moment

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