Offers Pay Only $1 For FiltR Bank Pro On PluginBoutique By NBK Posted on August 6, 2017 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Pluginboutique offering a $16.89 FiltR Bank Pro, a filter effect by StudioToolz plugin for only $1. Note that this plugin is for only windows users. FiltR Bank Pro contains two modules allowing endless sound sculpting. The first module seen on the left of the plugin is the heart of the Filter Bank Pro and contains five individual filters. Each of these filters features a Gain control for cutting or boosting, a frequency control for selecting which frequency to filter (1-12,000Hz), and finally, a Q control which narrows or widens the frequency bands being filtered. On the right of the plugin, you have the more traditional filter module containing five filter types including Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, Notch, and Peaking. There are also large and inviting Cutoff and Resonance controls (with sync capable LFO) and the awesome Analogue! the knob which adds warmth. The Filter bank Pro also has Input and Output level controls which come in very handy when creating some extreme filtered sounds. NOTE: Offer ends on 13th August. Price: $1 (until 13th Aug) / $16.89 (regular price) BUY HERE: FiltR Bank Pro About PluginBoutique Pluginboutique is the place where the best music software companies come to sell their VST Plugins, Instruments and Studio Tools to Producers, Musicians and DJs worldwide. Customers can browse Best Selling and Top Rated products and can download Free VST Plugins, Demos, and Trial Versions before purchasing. About StudioToolz StudioToolz is a VST(i) plugin developer that creates absolutely top of the line products for the novice, intermediate, and advanced Mixing & Mastering Engineer, music producer and/or DJ. StudioToolz specializes in plugins for mixing and mastering audio including compressors, EQ’s, gates, reverb’s, and channel strips. We also produce synths and effects including filters, delays, and virtual analog synths.