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Voltage controlled analog multimode filter with four outputs, one of them with integrated VCA. Mutable Instruments call the module a "liquid filter" and that's true for the sound, nice and warm.
Multimode filter with a 4-pole low pass, a 2-pole low pass and a 2-pole bandpass, all simultaneously available on separate outputs. There is also a 4-pole lowpass output with integrated VCA (GAIN input and LP4/VCA output), which makes it easy to create a very compact subtractive synthesizer voice.
Self oscillation is possible in all four modes and the LP4 output produces a clear sine wave. Unlike many 4-pin filters, the filter does not get quieter with stigenic resonance; this volume compensation brings a slight tonal coloration with the character of Roland SH/ Jupiter filters.
There are two CV inputs for the cutoff frequency, one fixed with 1V/octave and one (FM input) with polarizer. The resonance is also voltage controllable.
The 2020 version has a second audio input that can be used either as a distorting input or as a line level input. In addition, the new version has a hipass output, a switch for the edge steepness of the lowpass filter and is visually adapted to the newer modules from Mutable Instruments.
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With a background as a software engineer at Google, Émilie Gillet began her journey on synthesizer design on 2010 offering DIY kits for the (now discontinued) Shruti, Ambika and Anushri hybrid digital-analog synths. Quite rapidly an enthusiastic community was formed via a very vibrant forum. By 2013, seeing the potential of the format, she moved completely to eurorack releasing the much acclaimed Braids macrooscillator and Clouds texture (granular) synthesizer, one of the most cloned modules so far. As with the previous desktop synths, all firmware and schematics are avaialble online under open-source license. Émilie continues to run Mutable Instruments single-handedly from a small apartment in Paris.