And a nice DJ-style stereo filter along the architecture of the eurorack "overseer" module of WMD to put at the end of your mix.
It's a quad filter that outputs the input through to the output when "center" is at zero (though resonance is still hearable and lp/hp offset can be added/subtracted in which case you do hear a difference at zero), but removes the lows when going higher in cutoff and removes the highs when going lower in cutoff.
Tilting options and lp/hp offsets are included to create a nice stereo field, turn it into a bp (turn up hp and turn down lp) or widen the center where's no response and limit the cutoff range (so it doesn't go as far down/up).
Mute function is filtered at audio rate and works as a (fast) crossfader, so you can drive it with fast gates for some kind of amplitude modulation.
Highpass filter can be oversampled so it can filter out all high frequencies at 4x oversampling (lowpass filter always filters out all frequencies at low cutoff, but this can be changed by setting "lp" to a higher value even though this means the lp filter will kick in later).
mix out filter.axp (28.2 KB)