Audio Damage releases updated 914 MK 2 FIXED FILTER BANK (and blames Tom Holkenborg)

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Monday, 11 December 2017
  • Time to read: 1 min.

Audio Damage has released updated 914 and the called it 914 MK 2.

The Audio Damage 914 Mk 2 Fixed Filter Bank is a genuine recreation of the Moog Modular Synthesizer 914 module and a major upgrade to our first 907A plugin. This plugin generates unprecedented filter textures by transferring the signal over twelve band-pass filters, as well as a low-pass and high-pass filter.

However, Audio Damage blames Tom Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL for making them release the plugin after Tom featured it in one of his latest free masterclasses.

Audio Damage seems to be so upset that they call out Tom in the plugin itself, look for “06 – Blame It On Junkie XL” in the picture below 😉


  • 24db Low-pass and high-pass filters
  • Twelve fixed-frequency band-pass filters, with bandwidth and frequency offset controls
  • True stereo operation
  • Separate wet and dry level controls
  • 15dB of makeup gain on the wet level
  • Vector-based resizable GUI
  • Platform-agnostic XML-based preset system

914 Mk 2 is a indirect effect, fitted of supplementing intense luster to pads, and performing percussive and lead synth sounds a vocal quality.914 Mk 2 is an invaluable tool for the sound designer’s palette, pure to use yet able of obscure and unique timbres. The Mk 2 update adds a frequency offset control, VST3 and AAX support, a vector-based resizable GUI, and a platform-agnostic XML-based preset system.

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