Artificial Noise designer Neil Burnby let us know that he’s updated the LAB:1 Synthesizer with a larger, more sturdy case and a Voltage Controlled Low Pass Filter.
“The new low pass filter is an interesting one,” says Burnby. “When the resonance is cranked to max, it’s designed to drive the filter hard, causing a nice fuzzy saturation.”
The LAB:1 Synthesizer is a 100% analog, 6 oscillator experimental synthesizer.
It features 3 audio oscillators (with Triangle, Sawtooth and Square waveforms), 3 low frequency oscillators (with Triangle and Square waveforms) and 1 voltage controlled low pass filter.
The 6 oscillators can be routed in various ways by switches on the front panel. The 3 audio oscillators can also be triggered individually by three buttons on the front of the case or allowed to run freely.
Artificial Noise is taking pre-orders for the first batch of LAB:1’s now, priced at US $300. The deadline for the first batch is March 14, 2016.
2 thoughts on “LAB:1 Synthesizer Updated With Low-Pass Filter”
I can dig it! Looks like fun. Sound pretty beastly!