MATRIXSYNTH: New Tiptop Audio Forbidden Planet Eurorack Analog Filter

Monday, September 17, 2018

New Tiptop Audio Forbidden Planet Eurorack Analog Filter

Tiptop Audio - Forbidden Planet Analog Filter from Tiptop Audio on Vimeo.

Two user videos from once upon a synth & Sound Provider (note the filter design is influenced by the Steiner-Parker but it is not a copy):

Details via Tiptop Audio:

Tiptop Audio has a new multimode analog filter Forbidden Planet. The Forbidden Planet filter adds 3 new filter options to the Tiptop Audio family of Eurorack modules: High Pass, Bandpass and Low Pass, all inspired by The 1975 Steiner-Parker Synthacon model.

• Multimode Analog Filter with a great sound
• High Pass, Bandpass, Low Pass: can be used individually or at the same time
• Two VC inputs, one with attenuator
• Self Oscillating up to saturation
• High Pass section is this module’s signature sound
• Bandpass is clear and useful in isolating and sound design
• 12db two-pole Low Pass analog slope
• Smooth-to-whistle-to-aggressive resonance control
• Output volume control
• Size: 8HP – Depth: 30.5mm
• Low Power Consumption: +12V 10ma / -12V 10ma
MSRP: $120"

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