Softube – Mutronics Mutator 2.5.10 (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | March 21, 2021

Softube Mutronics Mutator 2.5.10

Year / Date of Issue: 01.2021
Version: 2.5.10
Developer: Softube
Developer site: softube
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured
System requirements: Windows 64-bit, versions 7, 8 or 10


Classic analog filter from the 90s, embodied in a plug-in. The original Mutronics Mutator 2.5.10, a super-sweet analog stereo filter and envelope follower created in the 90s, was an instant success and quickly became a recognizable feature of 90s sound. Softube has partnered with Mutronics to bring Mutator back as a plug-in with the same incredible audio quality as the original hardware, plus all the benefits of a modern plug-in.
The Mutator contains two independent Voltage Controlled Filters (VCFs) similar to those used in analog synthesizers. It works great with any sound source that’s fed to your device, including guitar, vocals, keyboards, and drums. Use it to give your instrument a vintage analog sound, create filter sweep effects, mix the original sound source with a modified sound, and more.

A Versatile Creative Tool:

Mutronics Mutator works with any sound source-electric guitar, drum loops, bass guitar, electric piano, synth with sidechain compression, vocals, etc.-to create filter sweep effects that you can control by the sound source’s amplitude, from the low-frequency oscillations (LFOs), or from an external sound source.

“The Mutronics Mutator plug-in is a surprisingly versatile tool. I can create subtle tremolo effects on pads and synths or completely change the sound of drum loops by using the amazing sounding filters and LFOs on the Mutator. Very cool plugin for adding movement in a mix!”

What the Mutator Can Do for Your Mixes?

The Mutronics Mutator 2.5.10 contains two independent voltage-controlled filters (VCFs) similar to those in analog synthesizers that can create synth-like filter sweeps on any external sound source. The filter can be controlled from the envelope follower, which sweeps the filter in proportion to the amplitude of the sound source.

The envelope follower can be switched to track either the envelope of the sound that is being treated by the filter, or that of an independent external control signal that can be any audio source, such as a drum sound, a guitar, a synth, a sampler output, or a microphone. Alternatively, the filter can be controlled by the on-board LFOs, which have four different waveforms to create filter sweeps in or out of time with the music.

Tony Maserati
Legendary Mixer for Jay-Z, Beyoncé, James Brown, Jennifer Lopez, etc.

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