F-16 is a multi-mode voltage-controlled filter with a graphical frequency response display. It features sixteen modes, resonance compensation, and drive for analog-style soft clipping. You may recognize the modes from the famous Oberheim Matrix 12 and Xpander filter. Own Reason? F-16 is available for free trial and purchase in the Reason Studios Shop
When used in the Polymodular System, F-16 is typically used as a voltage controlled filter with Movement providing the cutoff frequency envelope. Clicking and dragging on the display changes the cutoff frequency and resonance simultaneously. This can be used for recording automation or for real time performance.
F-16 features two filter algorithms so you can adjust the CPU usage to your needs. It has eight stereo channels allowing for stereo or mono voices. The frequency and resonance inputs provide audio rate modulation.