Gotharman has introduced two new filter boards for their anAmoNo X modular synthesizer and aNamoNo Xmini mini modular synthesizer.
Both synthesizers support interchangeable filter boards. Gotharman has introduced the Tubaz vacuum tube filter and the SP Filter, based on the output stage of the Emu SP12/SP1200.
The VCF7 -Tubaz is a tube filter, with characteristic ‘fat, warm and distorted sound’. Lowpass, bandpass and highpass modes are available.
Output 1 is switchable between lowpass and bandpass modes, output 2 is always in highpass mode.
The Out1/2 control mixes between LPF/BPF and HPF. It also has negative analog feedback, that can make it sound thinner.
The Tubaz filter is available for 199 Euro.
The VCF6 – SP filter is based on the output stage of the Emu SP12/SP1200.
The input signal is converted to 12 bit digital (switchable to 6 bit for absolute lo-fi), and goes into a 24dB SSM2044 low pass filter.
The sample rate can be adjusted and modulated from 0 KHz (audio stopped) to around 60 KHz. On output 2, an analog fuzz effect is added.
The VCF6 -SP is available in limited quantities 399 Euro. Expect a 1 month lead time.
via Anders And