I finally got round to making a video showing the filter in use. I programmed the front end to play the intro to “Fox on the Run” by Sweet forever – that’s my personal idea of synth heaven, by the way – and also allow me to twiddle knobs at the same time to save you suffering from my ham-fisted ‘playing’ – enjoy!
The live sound here is half DI into my Mac, half the sound picked up by the camera, partly so you can hear fingers pulling on controllers, and partly so that it’s obvious it’s a real live recording. Unfortunately the camera has introduced a pile of hiss and background noise as well, but you can’t win ’em all.
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