MATRIXSYNTH: Blue Lantern Assist Percussion Module Demo and Phobos VCF

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Blue Lantern Assist Percussion Module Demo and Phobos VCF

Published on Dec 11, 2016 Flavio Mireles

"A demo of the Blue lantern Modules APU Percussion Module,
Phobos Lunar VCF, and new TPC SLim VCO."


Some info via Blue Lantern:

The assist Perc. Utility Module (APU) is currently available. The other two will be out in 2017.

The TPC Slim VCO, is just a slim version of my Buchla Tri Core TPC vco. Price still close to $300.00
The Phobos Lunar VCF is a ssm2040 discrete core LP BP HP Notch with CS80 inspired HPF on the input path. Price probably $199.00

On the Assist Percussive Utility:

Drum utility module, percussion

Current: +18mA, -18mA

Depth: 1.5"

Decay Envelope Generator, HI-FI v2164 VCA, and Booster circuit.

What does this do?
This module gives you all the tools needed to make kick drums or percussive sounds using your own vco modules that you have lying around. There is only 3 patch points required to connect this to your VCO module. You connect (2) patch cables to your vco cv inputs, and connect the vco wave output into the ASSIST jack audio in.

Think of this as a drum maker module for dummies. It makes it idiot proof for you to get 909-ish kick drums easily.

The PIEZO jack input allows you to connect drum pads. The ROLAND V_DRUM pad is recommended.

PRICE: $199.00

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