This freestanding clone of the classic Roland Juno-106 filter arrived yesterday!
Known for its smooth analog texture, you can simply plug any audio source into it and begin filtering.
It features the ability to switch from -12db to a -24db filter, giving you a different range of sonic possibility. It also has the ability to self-oscillate, making the filter sizzle, sting, zap, or plunge into deep bass. The cutoff frequency, resonance, and VCA can all be controlled externally via control voltage ports on the back. By processing a digital synth through this you can instantly warm the sound and have realtime control of the filter. Tracking vocals or drums could be interesting, or even having the filter on an aux send within your studio mixer or console.
Also compatible with Eurorack -/+5v standards.
Purchase the Mode Machines Juno-106 Filter HERE.
We just received our order of the new Rare Waves Grendel Formant Filter and it speaks volumes. Sorry, more bad jokes. Essentially it is a set of 4 bandpass filters intended to shape vowel sounds. Therefore it is a component of analog speech synthesis! Any audio can be fed through the Grendel and you can begin shaping the harmonic content into different ahhhh, eeeeee, ooooo, aiiiiiiiiii, yewwwww, whyyyyy sounds. Bring CV control into the mix and you are set for some truly unique sounds. We are very happy to be carrying this unique filter! Currently we are jamming a Bassbot TT-303 through it and its making that squelchy acid bassline sound talk to us.
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