ASL SoundLab releases Void filter effect

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ASL SoundLab Void

ASL SoundLab has released Void, a filter effect plug-in for Windows.

Void is a unique filter which is capable of transforming the most simplist of sounds into robotic vocal vowel sounds made popular by such artists as Skrillex, Doctor P, Datsik and Excision.

Void features

  • Void Bar: The Void Bar is one of the main controls of Void. This is the blue bar at the top of the GUI and effects the timbre of the incoming signal.
  • Length: Set on low it will produce a steep harsh deep sound whereas set on high it will produce a nice smooth and rounded filter sweep.
  • Intensity: This controls the intensity of the Void effect.
  • Width: Adds extra dimensional width to the signal resulting in a spacious yet tight sound.
  • Position: Sweeps through three different parts of the signal chain.
  • Link: When enabled, this links the Void Bar and the Length controls together.
  • Range: When enabled, another control is highlighted which can expand the frequency range of Void, resulting in new filter sweeps rarely heard.
  • Mix: Sweeps between the dry signal and the effected signal.
  • Input: Sets the gain for pre-filter clipping.
  • Output: Sets the gain for post-filter clipping.

Void for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for £30 GBP.

More information: ASL SoundLab / Void

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