Polyverse have released Supermodal, a filter plugin that’s actually a beta and available to purchase with a FREE upgrade to version 1 upon its release. Supermodal is available at the sowcualbeta price of $49.00, increasing to $99.00 upon its release.
The Polyverse Supermodal is a powerful filter with a modern sound that will make your music resonate. It remodels ordinary tracks utilizing its powerful Modal filter that emulates sonic characteristics modeled from a wide range resonating bodies. Combined with a parallel state-variable filter and expansive modulation system, a single audio signal can be manipulated into a wide array of frequencies to create shimmering cinematic soundscapes, pulsating rhythms, pads with harmonic motion, or anything else you can dream up.
27 Sound Modeling Modes
The Modal Filter utilizes hundreds of surgically precise bandpass filters to model the resonant bodies of various instruments, objects, waveforms, and more. We created 9 models, each with 3 variations for a total of 27 modes including a range of flangers, phasers, vocal filters, physical and even mathematical modeled resonators. With decay, dampening and partial settings, Supermodal provides fine-tuned control to either subtly or dramatically fashion these unique sonic characteristics into your sound palette.
Show Stopping Manipulation
The glamor of Supermodal is fully unveiled when combining its powerful filters with its robust modulation system. The 4 modulation slots offer 6 modulation sources including – Meta knob, ADSR, Envelope follower, Sequencer, MIDI/CV triggers, and Randomizer. You can also cross modulate between slots to create even more intense modulation. Both the State-Variable filter and Modal filter operate in stereo allowing you to modulate the left and right signal independently, together, or separate to deliver awe-inspiring stereo effects. Virtually all parameters in Supermodal can receive modulation.
SVF Filter With Fat Non-linear Drive
Supermodal’s classic State-Variable filter smoothly blends between high-pass, band-pass and low-pass while working in parallel with the Modal filter. The SVF filter uses a 24dB per-octave slope that is familiar to many classic analog synthesizers, with the ability to boost its resonance to self-resonate. It can be further driven with the Drive feature to add warmth and thicken the signal. Crossfade between the state-variable and Modal filter with its Blend slider for seamless morphing.
- Modal filter capable of seamless morphing between modes
- 27 Modes ranging from musical to mangled
- 24dB per-octave slope state-variable filter
- Blend between SVF and Modal filter
- Drive SVF filter input and Modal filter output
- Self-resonate when resonance is boosted past 100
- Control partials to completely eliminate high or low frequencies
- Shape modal tails with decay and damping controls
- Modulate any parameter with fast, intuitive modulation sources
- Cross modulate between 4 modulation slots
Supermodal is available to PC and Mac users (VST2, VST3, AU and AAX).
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