G-Storm Electro - T2K-VCF
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- Order number: 220459
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The G-Storm Electro T2K-VCF filter is inspired by the legendary Joy Division synth Powertran Transcendent 2000.
The Transcendent 2000 was a development of Tim Orr(Akai and EMS) and became available as a DIY kit in the late seventies. Among others, it was used by legendary producer Martin Hannett (Joy Division, New Order) and reminds of the Korg MS-20 in terms of sound character. Correspondingly the resonant filter, based on a CA3080 OTA design and a CA 3140 to compensate for thin bass sound at high resonance values, is capable of sounding pretty "nasty".
The two-pole filter can be switched between low-pass and band-pass via a shape control and, according to the manufacturer, responds particularly well to signals that have previously enjoyed wavefolding, and lets 08/15 oscillators do the pogo dance. The separate inputs for both filter types can be adjusted to each other with a dedicated mix potentiometer, while the cutoff frequency can be modulated via a keyboard input with a V/Oct signal and another CV input with a larger range. An output rounds off the picture together with generously dimensioned controls for Frequency and Resonance.
- 2 pole low and bandpass filter
- Based on CA3080 OTA design
- Bass compensation at high resonance settings (CA 3140)
- Two audio ins with dedicated gain pots
- v/oct CV input
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