2014 NAMM Show: Waldorf has introduced the 2-Pole, a new hardware analog filter that’s designed to give users ‘the heart of the Waldorf sound’ in an easy to use, one-knob per function design. Continue reading
Korg product specialist Rich Formidoni explains the concept behind the filters on the new KingKorg keyboard synth and demonstrates their sound.
If you’ve used the KingKorg, leave a comment with your thoughts on it!
This video, via user Jesse Strait, compares the filter on the Roland Juno 6 to the Mode Machines F-106 Juno Filter.
See the Mode Machines site for details.
Zynaptiq has introduced Unfilter, an adaptive tonal contour linearization effect plug-in for Windows and Mac that lets you remove the effects of filters, including comb filtering, resonance, or excessive equalization ? effectively linearizing the frequency response of a signal automatically.
Unfilter can also copy a detected filter response and apply it to another signal, or export it to disk as an impulse response file (WAV), and can perform mastering grade adaptive, free-form, and graphic equalization. Continue reading
Marc Doty is back with another video in his series on the vintage Roland Juno-6 synthesizer. Continue reading
Intellijel has introduced a new filter module for Eurorack modulars, the uVCF.
The Intellijel uVCF is described as “a very clean and precise filter that also doubles as an excellent sine VCO.”
The Intellijel uVCF is priced at $160 and is expected to be available in about two weeks.
This video captures a demonstration by Chris Stack (experimentalsynth) of using the Koushion sequencer, running on an iPad, to sequence the filter bands on the Moog MIDI MuRF – ‘essentially creating your own patterns on-the-fly’.
The MIDI MuRF (Multiple Resonance Filter Array) is a Moog filter that lets you sequence its 8 filters in 24 preset patterns. It has extensive MIDI support, though, which opens up a lot more options, like this.
Koushion is available in the App Store for $9.99.