Home » News » Polyverse Music Introduces Public Beta of Filterverse, an Endless Universe of Filtering Possibilities

We believe we have thoroughly reimagined the filter plug-in — and also elevated the whole idea of the filter to a true musical tool one might reach for as quickly as a favorite synthesizer or guitar.


Los Angeles (March 18, 2024) — Polyverse Music is proud to announce Filterverse, a groundbreaking audio filter plug-in, available now as an early-access public beta release. Filterverse offers a plethora of filter algorithms and types. Some are reminiscent of classic synths, others model experimental resonating bodies, others perform sonic surgery using multi-peak response curves, and still others are cyberpunk sound-warping machines. Producers and musicians will find instant inspiration and endless exploration in just a few clicks, whether re-creating timeless effects or discovering futuristic textures never before heard from a filter plug-in. Watch the introductory video here.

Every filter within Filterverse is the product of meticulous engineering and rigorous testing. From the traditional filters to the bleeding-edge innovations, every detail, resonance characteristic, and saturation pathway has been honed to perfection, resulting in unparalleled audio quality.

Users can select from the myriad of filter and effect types for up to three filter slots at once. Dragging the slots’ tabs arranges the filter order, and routing configurations including serial, parallel, and combinations of the two are easily set in the Routing tab. Independent dry/wet balance, panning, phase-reverse, and mid-side processing per filter allow for precise manipulation of the sonic landscape.

The modulation system in Filterverse is a cosmos of possibilities. It features up to eight simultaneous modulators: an editable sequencer/LFO, ADSR, envelope follower, randomizer, pitch detector, MIDI/CV input, audio-rate oscillator, and Polyverse’s signature “Meta Knob” to change multiple parameters with a single gesture. With full stereo modulation and the ability for sources to cross-modulate one another, users can quickly craft dynamic grooves, intriguing harmonic motions, and evolving atmospheres with precision and depth.

Every aspect of the Filterverse user interface has been thought out to minimize distractions and provide clear visual feedback while eliminating tedious menu-diving. If you see it, you can hear it, and if you hear it, you can see it. This unwavering commitment ensures a workflow that fuels inspiration, boosting the creative process while staying out of its way.

Key Features:

  • Massive filter collection from timeless to futuristic
  • Refined algorithms capture filter behavior in minute detail
  • Many filters self-resonate and create pleasing saturation
  • Optimized for audio-rate modulation
  • Combine 3 different filters using extensive routing options
  • 8 different modulation sources available at once
  • Modulators can cross-modulate each other
  • Hundreds of presets by world-renowned producers
  • Intuitive user experience focuses on immediate results
  • Full stereo modulation, panning, and mid-side capabilities

Filterverse is available in VST2, VST3, AudioUnit, and AAX formats, making it compatible with the widest variety of host applications including Ableton Live, Apple Logic, Avid Pro Tools, Steinberg Cubase, FL Studio, Reason, PreSonus Studio One and many more. It can be used in 64-bit instances in Windows 7 and later, as well as in macOS 10.13 and later on both Intel and Apple Silicon CPUs.

“Polyverse has always strived to empower its users to focus primarily on creativity,” says founder Assaf Dar Sagol. “Filterverse is third in the Polyverse Filter Trilogy, after Supermodal and Filtron. We believe we have thoroughly reimagined the filter plug-in — and also elevated the whole idea of the filter to a true musical tool one might reach for as quickly as a favorite synthesizer or guitar.”

Filterverse joins other Polyverse plug-ins as part of our 2024 Spring Sale, which runs from March 18 through 29 and includes the following great products at up to 33% off:

  • Manipulator: $99 (full price $149)
  • Supermodal: $79 (full price $99)
  • I Wish: $79 (full price $99)
  • Gatekeeper: $39 (full price $49)
  • Comet: $99 (full price $149)
  • Filterverse Public Beta: $79 (full price $149)

In addition, Polyverse Music is offering two bundle discounts:

  • Everything Bundle Deal: $349 (full price $545)
  • Infected Bundle Deal: $199 (full price $297)

This version of Filterverse is a public beta, available for $79 at polyversemusic.com/products/filterverse. This price includes all updates including the upcoming full release. That means beta adopters do not need to pay to upgrade. Our quality assurance and beta testers have thoroughly tested the Filterverse beta and found it to be stable overall. However, there may still be some bugs lurking in the shadows, so be mindful of use in critical situations. More filters and features are planned as the beta phase progresses, so Polyverse welcomes feedback on our community forums at forum.polyversemusic.com and our Discord chat. This gives early users an opportunity to be part of the final product.

A video introducing Filteverse is available on the Polyverse YouTube channel.


About Polyverse Music

Polyverse Music is a “by musicians, for musicians” company that creates uniquely powerful tools and instruments for artists on the cutting edge of creativity. Founded in 2015, Polyverse has continually set the bar in terms of plug-in innovation, vision, and user experience. Every person on the Polyverse team is a forward-thinking musician with extensive knowledge and experience with music, sound, synthesizers, and technology. In each new step, Polyverse continues to push the boundary of possibilities with digital musical instruments and effects. Learn more at polyversemusic.com.

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