You don't have to get another filter tool. Theres an easy way to handle this in ableton.
HP/LP Total Kill Rack (in 60 seconds)
- take an eq8, set filter 1 to hp and filter 4 to lp
- Duplicate this one with Ctrl+D several times (5 or 6 should do)
- Select them all and group them
- map the freq controls of each filter 1 to macro 1 of the rack and do the freq controls of filter 4 to macro 2
- minimize all the filters but the first
If you want to spend some more time you can also set up different stacks of filters in seperate chains of the effect rack (chain 1: 1 filter, chain 2: 2 filters, chain 3: 3 filters, and so on) and adjust a macro to the chain selector. so you can choose how many filters you want to use in a row.
this workaround is very funny.
you're suggesting that in order to prevent 12hz from always being in a mix, you should simply s"tack up 15 EQ's in a row and hey, you're done, it was that easy!"
Dude...if 12 Hz is coming out of your DAW there's a bug somewhere.
If you need to stack up EQ's before it goes away..something is really wrong, lol.