MATRIXSYNTH: Roland Enters the Modular Market with Plug-Out Filter D-Beam & Scatter Eurorack Module

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Roland Enters the Modular Market with Plug-Out Filter D-Beam & Scatter Eurorack Module

"Introducing the Roland Plug-Out Digital Filter for Euro Rack Synthesizers! Now you can have that virtual sound you've been missing! Roland has emulated every analog component in vintage analog circuits and packed into a euro format module. We didn't stop there, boys and girls, we added the famous scatter effect, so everyone can enjoy scatting!

• Roland’s ACB technology models each component and every aspect of vintage filters

• Faithful recreation of all filters Roland has crafted through the years, the original TB-303, SH-101, System 700 and Jupiter 80 filters.

• Authentic filter behavior with smooth response and classic sound

We’ve meticulously analyzed the circuitry of the original TB-303 piece by piece, right down to the individual circuit behavior. Using Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB) technology, we’ve fully reproduced the TB-303’s -18dB per octave ladder low-pass filter used in the original, capturing that unmistakable cutoff and resonance character.

In addition to the faithful reproduction of classic TB tones, the Plug-Out Digital Filter is packed with new sounds that live and breathe. Bubbling synth filtering, hard distortion filtering, trippy delay sounds, and drippy effects—they’re all here, and then some. We've recreated every filter Roland has in it's rich history, even the Moog one!

The Scatter function features slicing, reverse, gating, and other effects, allowing you to instantly create variations, stutters, and glitches that would normally require painstaking editing in a DAW. You can keep things fresh and interesting with 8 different Scatter variations and 10 levels of Scatter depth.

God I hate April fools jokes, I'm so addicted to the internet for real news, and on April 1st I just can't beat them, so I'll join in on the fun.

Last edited by Bob Borries on Tue Apr 01, 2014 2:30 pm; edited 1 time in total"

I do like the green on black of the new Roland modules. :)
This one sent my way via Robert Borries.

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