Slate Digital have recently announced the release of Storch Filter, an effects plug-in created in a collaboration with Grammy-nominated composer, producer and keyboardist Scott Storch. Featuring five built-in effects, a resonant filter equipped with an automatic mode and a selection of modulation options, the plug-in aims to provide users with a fast and intuitive way to apply evolving effects that range from subtle enhancements to dramatically processed sounds.
The top of the plug-in’s GUI provides access to five individual processing modules, providing users with dedicated reverb, chorus, saturation, stereo width and phaser processors which can be independently engaged or bypassed. Each of the modules are linked to the plug-in’s Cutoff and Resonance controls, meaning that more extreme filter settings result in heavier processing from each of the selected effects, and an FX Boost slider is also provided for those wishing to achieve even more dramatic effects.
The filter section then offers four different filter types, with users able to choose between high-, low-, band- and no-pass options, and the filter can be customised further thanks to the addition of four different slope values. An Auto function within the section provides the ability to quickly add some movement by applying one of six different LFO waveforms to the filter’s cutoff, with Rate, Depth and Phase parameters allowing users to fine-tune their modulation settings.
Storch Filter comes loaded with a collection of professionally crafted presets, including a selection made by Scott Storch himself.
Storch Filter is supported on PCs running Windows 10 or 11, and Macs running macOS 10.15 and above. VST2, VST3, AU and AAX plug-in versions are available.
Pricing & Availability
Storch Filter is available now. It is included in Slate Digital’s All Access Pass subscription service, which is priced at $9.99 / month or $149 / year, or as an individual purchase as a perpetual license for $149.