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FabFilter One
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FabFilter has released version 2.01 of FabFilter One, addressing some minor problems. Originally released three months ago as a VST plug-in and standalong app for Windows, FabFilter One is a monophonic lead synthesizer that realizes the best possible sound.

FabFilter's philosophy is that musicians do not need more features, they need better sound. This approach has resulted in a solid-sounding oscillator and a self-resonating cut-off filter that has been tuned to achieve the character and warmth of a classic analog synthesizer.

Smart parameter interpolation algorithms ensure that FabFilter One responds immediately to parameter changes while keeping transitions smooth, even with MIDI controller changes.

Features:

  • Aliasing-free oscillator with triangle, sawtooth, square, and noise waveforms with three pulse width modulation modes and additional white or pink noise
  • Self-oscillating digital 12 dB/octave low-pass filter
  • Frequency and filter modulation capabilities to create leads, drums, and diverse sound effects
  • Smooth portamento feature
  • Smart parameter interpolation algorithms ensure responsiveness and smooth transitions when changing any parameter to avoid digital clicks and zipper effects, even with MIDI controller changes
  • Straightforward user interface with large knobs and buttons for easy and precise adjustments
  • Platform-independent preset system with dozens of sounds and the ability to save your own presets as well
  • Sample-accurate MIDI handling
  • Arbitrary sample rates
  • High 24-bits per sample accuracy
  • Complete documentation with included HTML Help file
  • Free support with online discussion forum to share experiences and ask questions
  • VSTi plug-in and stand-alone version for Windows 98/2000/XP

FabFilter One 2.01 is now available for $79 (US) as a VST plug-in and stand-alone version for Windows.

FabFilter is currently working on version 3 of FabFilter One, which will feature velocity sensitivity and a 16-voice polyphony mode in addition to the current monophonic behavior. This version will be available both as a Windows VST plug-in and as an Audio Units plug-in for Mac OS X. The release is scheduled for August this year.

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