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#1 EatMe

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Posted 23 December 2015 - 02:22

Is this intended? ::

 

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a peak is created in the Moog HS and LS readout

 

on the filter3 dsp device


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Posted 23 December 2015 - 02:48

The sound from the filter itself should be identical to 3.0 and earlier. On the other hand, the filter graph view was updated in 3.1 to show more accurate results. The peak in the sound has always been there, it simply wasn't displayed correctly in previous versions.

Either way, it's a bit of a moot point by now. Whatever quirks or flaws the Filter3 device may have, it's been that way for several years, so it doesn't make much sense to change it now. We've deprecated that device in Renoise 3.1 anyway.

For what it's worth, the Moog filters are a bit more fuzzy and "musical" in general, and not always super reliable if you want very precise results. Better look at the Butterworth models instead if you want something cleaner.





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