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Device Overview

Name/Version: Invisible Band Splitter 1.0
Author: EvanBerard  
Description: This device is intended to be used to split frequencies of an incoming signal into three bands without adding any coloration. When the three bands are separated and added together again, they reconstruct the original signal perfectly. This is intended to be used as an alternative to EQ Three or Multiband Dynamics which both alter the phase information of the signal.

Ideal for drums and multiband compression

This is the first version and may contain bugs.

Device Details

Downloads: 4953
Tags effect, utility
Live Version Used: 9.5
Max Version Used: 7.0.6
Date Added: Nov 19 2015 23:02:19
Date Last Updated: Nov 20 2015 03:27:06
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Device Type: audio_device
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License (more info): None

Device Files

Device File: Invisible Band Splitter.amxd


this device should get a lot more credit, i love it!! it's the only plugin i know that splits the signal without ANY phase altering.

do you think it's possible to do this with steeper slopes at the crossover points or are the wide slopes the "price" for the perfect nulltest?

I second the question of the last post. Can there be steeper slopes?

Can you please make a 4 bands? And add volume faders?

forgot to add: i would definitely pay money for an update ^^

Definitely some phasing when i used it.... Checked with Goniometer/Correlator.

Im guessing i am using it correctly. I've split the bands into 3 tracks within an audio effect rack, separated L,M,H and have the same splits applied.

Anyone have any suggestions?

This works a lot better for me.

I was splitting up drums into two bands and putting saturation after. The saturation brought out the phasing issues majorly. Turn on the rack, huge issues; turn off the rack and everything is normal type problem. I tried a bunch of different things in racks to see if I could do anything to sort out the issue, but I was not successful. This device, however, is usable before the saturation and does not have gigantic phase issues like all my racks, etc, did. Everything is sounding clean. This is going to be great to use on a lot of stuff.

Thank you for making this. Evan, thank you for making this. :)

thank you for sharing this! will definitely be using this to build some weird mb m4l devices

its very good.
no gonio issues here

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