Audio Filter Simple

Low pass, High pass, Band pass, Notch, Shelving or Peaking audio filter.

Settings

bypass

Bypasses the module.

in

Audio input.

out

Audio output.

gain

Output gain of the filter.

On this module, the gain isn't smoothed so quick variations can produce audio glitches. To modify the gain in real time, use a volume module.

freq

Filter frequency.

Q

Filter band width and resonance: small values for large band, high values for narrow band.

type

  • Low pass: only passes low and filters high frequencies.
  • High pass: only passes high and filters low frequencies.
  • Band pass: only passes the frequency band.
  • Low shelf: low shelving filter, boost or cut low frequencies.
  • High shelf: high shelving filter, boost or cut high frequencies.
  • Peaking: peak shelving filter, boost or cut a frequency band.

shelf gain

Filter gain (only in mode low shelf, high shelf or peaking).

caption

Displayed caption of the object. Click to enter a new name.

range freq min

Minimum frequency range of the selector, when it is manipulated with the mouse or recorded.

range freq max

Maximum frequency range of the selector, when it is manipulated with the mouse or recorded.

range Q min

Minimum Q range of the selector, when it is manipulated with the mouse or recorded.

range Q max

Maximum Q range of the selector, when it is manipulated with the mouse or recorded.

plot bins

Array which contains the values of the plotted points.

bins size

Number of points used to draw the equalization curve.

Increase size for a smoother curve.

calc plot bins if invisible

If enabled, the module calculates the filter plot bin's even if it's invisible.

Can be used to chain bitmap layers and hide the original source.

See also

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