Another FREE filter plugin. Good for some sound creations.
From the homepage:
Same basic idea as mWarped Linear Prediction Filter, but this time the filter can have a higher order, the residual signal after whitening can be shifted faster or slower, saturated or decimated. Furthermore, most parameters can be made targets of two LFOs and the envelope follower, in addition to which the output is fed back through a delay line and analyzed along with the input. There is no variable quantization of the residual in Anticode, though, because I didn't feel it really justified itself -- decimate is more interesting anyway. A noise source may be added at a later time, though.
It's a bit tidier (at least internally), and it has a lot more features than mwlpcfilter, but whether it's the better plugin... well, I think so, but who knows?
Quick update to v0.90. This one has some of the routines optimized in assembly (in some cases, using SSE - sorry if this causes any problems - inquire if you want a version compiled without SSE). I'm not sure the optimizations make it that much faster, but I think it's working a little bit better overall. Changes from v0.9 - Added some control over the commpressor in the feedback path, increased range of modulation of warp, added option to modulate gain of feedback with LFO/Env, and added ability to make the right channel delay length related to the left by a simple fraction. Minor other modifications to GUI and processing. Also includes some basic presets now to help get you going.
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