Moog® Multimode Filter Collection
Moog Multimode Filter Collection
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Love the character!
Waited for a sequencer...
I use a lot of sample libraries with onboard sequencers, so I eagerly awaited UAD's foray into tempo-synced plugs. The Multimode XL filter was my first experience and I have two initial thoughts. First, its stable and smooth. Second, the draw on my CPU is negligible. It offers that ability to run more tempo sensitive effects using fewer resources. Next step is to use the XL's sequencer on other sample libraries to free up latency and reduce bus speed artifacts.
The feel and especially resonance are far more "real" than the previous version, especially when self oscillating or when the filter is being driven a bit hard.
I have a sub-37, and this feels like it - but with so many added features and possibilities. I love it.
Fun...Just Plain Old Fun
I don't read much when it comes to companies selling products, so I am not sure if they cover that this is NOT a virtual instrument. I was quickly disappointed, but I started playing with it anyways. I recently had a solo artist come in for a quick recording, nothing special. Just a guy singing with his acoustic guitar. I recorded both vox and gtr and the same time getting a lot of bleed. I through this on the gtr track and magic happened! I'm hooked, and I am sold. This is a must have plugin.
I was umming and ahhing about whether to get this plugin. I already own the previous 2 moog filters and if it weren't for the added notch filter, I probably wouldn't have been tempted. However the notch filter and the additional step sequencer did tempt me to at least demo it.
What I wasn't prepared for though, was improved sound quality. It just sounds better than the original 2 filters. I could use words like warmer and creamier to describe it but I'd rather just say, demo it, try it out.
In a selfish sort of way I hope you don't like it because it then that means less people using it and the plugin will seem more exclusive to me as an owner of it.
But, I'm not going to lie, it sounds fucking awesome. (Hence the 5 stars)
Glowing Gooey Glitching Glibbery Goodness!
This plugin was like... GOTCHA!
Gotta put it on everything.
Gets me that flowing fountain of filter i need in my life....
Turn that cutoff... automate the frequency....
And the sequencer!!!!!!
great sound, OK GUI
I love the sound of this, and the sequencer allows for some great post-synth movement. The GUI is a bit clunky in that, to get the sequencer to work, you need to turn on the sequencer on the front page, then adjust the amount on the second page. The sequencer on/off button is unnecessary, because the amount knobs on the sequencer page cover it. All that aside I've used it quite a bit already and am very happy I got it.
The Glitch Mob Filter Action
I own a Moog Voyager and I am already a big fan of the Moog filter. The thing here is phenomenal ... I love it
I love all of the UAD moog plugs. They allow you to really mix things up easily. Its all in your hands. Recommend it for sure.
This collection is a no-brainer. Add the distinct slopes of a Moog to any source. The color is fantastic and I have never heard a software filter of this caliber. Until now! Brilliant!
Better in everyway than the original hardware
Amazing animation tool
I love the warmth of Moog filters, and this plugin takes it in very creative directions! Great being able to add animation to sounds, as well as the usual filtering and driving options. It's a must-have for me!
Classic Moog sound
Classic Moog filter sound with a lot of features. I personally don't need all that functionality but I like the typical moog sound.
One of the plug-in chosen first.
Old and new at the same time
This has now become a go to for adding a unique shape to any instrument as well as making unique vocal tones.......... a must have
If you have the previous UAD Moog filter this is a no-brainer upgrade. Significantly better sounding to my ears, great filter emulation
Amazingly thick filter
This is as good as analog emulation gets
Wow! Must have on this one:) One of my favorites.