Vermona - TwinVCFilter
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- Order number: 170164
- Depth: 40
The TwinVCFilter is composed of two high-class multimode circuits, which can be used in a high pass, band pass or low pass mode. Thanks to routing and link options, it is possible to combine the filters in various ways. Gain potentiometers allow users to level and distort signals at the input stages. A mix section can be employed to merge both filter channels.
The TwinVCFilter’s basic nature is voluminous, gentle and very precise. By combining both multimode circuits, users can create a full-blooded -24 dB high pass respectively low pass filter. The module's resonance was optimized to be as stable and musically as possible. High values lead to beefy self-oscillation. In doing so, the filters produce stable sine waves, which are perfectly suited for creating percussion sounds. – An extremely luxurious dual filter.
The multimode circuits of the TwinVCFilter offer high and low pass modes with a slope of -12 dB per octave plus a -6 dB band pass mode. Besides being employed separately, it is possible to couple the stages in parallel or in series. – This way, users can create a -24 dB low pass respectively high pass or a -12 dB band pass respectively notch filter with individually adjustable slopes. Thanks to the module’s link function, stereo material can be processed as comfortably as mono waveforms. Gain potentiometers allow users to level incoming signals. High values lead to hefty distortion. Using the mix section, it is possible to crossfade between both filter channels. For tapping signals off individually, there are two separate outputs. Cutoff and blend parameters come equipped with two CV inputs each. Some of them feature attenuators.
|Power consumption +12V:||75|
|Power consumption -12V:||55|
The current Vermona Elektroakustische Manufaktur derives directly from the nationally owned company Vermona in the former GDR, which was specialized in electronic music instruments and accessories for decades in the same location, in Erlbach (Saxony).