MATRIXSYNTH: GOD's BOX Humpback // Multimode Eurorack filter with BAGS of character!

Friday, October 18, 2019

GOD's BOX Humpback // Multimode Eurorack filter with BAGS of character!

Published on Oct 18, 2019 DivKidVideo

"Here we have a newly re-panelled version of the Humpback filter from GOD's BOX. This is an 8HP SEM style multimode filter with a 2 pole response across the individual low, band and high pass + notch outputs. The input level can drive the filter for that lovely harmonic 'burn' and the two CV inputs affect the cut off with attenuators. It responds well to audio rate modulation for YOI bass, glottal overtones and odd pinged hits. The resonance is severely "hot rodded" beyond the normal SEM inspired filters giving a wide range of soft and warm bass to all out chaotic screams. I stumbled upon a weird way to create distance concrete car park reverb trails in your kick drums too. So skip around below and if you have any clue what's happening with that odd reverb I managed to create - let me know.

More info - for all your synth DIY needs.


00:00 Hello and patch previews

00:56 What is Humpback? Feature run down

01:53 Low Pass
02:26 Band Pass
02:42 High Pass
02:57 Notch

03:09 Acidic resonance, envelope modulation and key tracking

04:08 Feedback patching for BEAUTIFUL distortion. Bandpass output into the CV input.

04:48 Kick drums synthesis

06:10 Noise injection for weird distant ‘car park’ reverb

06:48 Tone shaping noise

7:00 The secret to sounding like frying bacon spitting all over the hob!

07:40 Filtered FX trails & feedback for beautiful run away echoes.

09:13 Saturated filter action! With mixed stepped random and envelope modulation. Plus a lovely compressed reverb trail with Lollipop.

11:18 Audio rate modulation - filter formants, glottal tone shaping and all the YOI you can shake a stick at.

12:48 A trip to the west coast with filter pings, sequences and audio rate modulation.

15:05 Notch output phaser-like modulations

*** This video is sponsored by They have funded the production of this DEMO video, but had no input on the content both in what was said or the patches made and recorded. Thank you to THONK for their continued support. Any questions about sponsorship please just ask. *** "

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