At Superbooth 16, we talked with William Mathewson of WMD about his latest Eurorack module, the Aperture variable-width bandpass filter.
The Aperture is a variable-width bandpass filter, capable of simple filtering, self oscillation FM timbres, nasty acidic squelches, and, according to Mathewson, ‘capturing images of UFOs descending from the heavens on a cold winter’s night’.
The concept is a bandpass that ranges from transparent to gnarly, with precision controls.
- Variable bandwidth via tactile and CV controls
- Eight pole filter core
- Independent resonance and self oscillation of both sides of the filter with CV
- Feedback circuit with two modes and CV
- Input level VCA
- Additional CV for opening the band either side of Center
- V/oct tracking
- Temperature compensated
- Dry / Wet mix for parallel filtering sounds
Here’s the official demo video:
The WMD Aperture is available now for US $350.