Comb is an IIR peaking comb filter with control over cutoff frequency, resonance that can be driven into self oscillation, and a dampening filter in the feedback path.
An incredibly short, tuned delay line will alter the character of your input by imposing harmonic peaks on the source. Subtle settings can result in thickening timbres, reminiscent of phaser-like effects, while more extreme settings can create lustrous string sounds from white noise, or tear your waveform to shreds.
Only available in black. Please send us a message if you’d like to have the module with silver faceplate.
A great fit for a small system or to fill in that last bit of space in your performance rack. Dial in the exact sweet spot with the variable control response. It can also act as a 2 channel mixer in a pinch. There’s always room for a couple more VCAs in your patch.
The Blue Lantern Steiner 10 Stage VCF re-release marks the return of one of their earliest modules. Like its predecessor, the module was inspired by the Steiner Synthacon filter. It is a completely analog filter that utilizes a 10-stage diode core and dedicated low-pass, band-pass, and high-pass inputs. Each out the inputs can be used simultaneously for mixing different VCO signals.
Unlike its predecessor, the Steiner 10 Stage VCF re-release features JFET power coupling, precision trimmers on the cutoff and resonance, and DC cutoff on the resonance circuit. Additionally, the module’s trimpot allows for precise resonance adjustment, extending from smooth to screeching at the turn of a knob.
The LxD, Low Strike Duo, is a dual-response, two channel, direct-coupled, Low Pass Gate, which utilizes vactrols in order to provide simultaneous control over the Amplitude and Frequency Spectrum of an INput Signal. It is, in essence, a VCFA (Voltage Controlled Filter Amplifier). Unlike the Optomix, the LxD offers two different filter responses. CH. 1 offers a 12db/Octave response that is mildly-resonant, while CH. 2 offers a 6bd/Octave that is non-resonant. The OUTput of CH. 1 is normalled to the INput of CH. 2. This normalization puts the two channels in series, which is similar to the VCF into VCA arrangement made popular by many monosynths of the 1970s.
Erica Pico RND is combined LFO/random source module.
It generates sine LFO waves, white noise, S&H CV and some interesting stuff – random triggers and pulse wave with random duty circle; basically, everything, you need, to bring some uncertainty in your modular setup.
Sine and pulse LFO with manually controlled frequency