MATRIXSYNTH: g-storm electro sh2-vcf & electro tonus vcf filter explorations

Sunday, March 15, 2020

g-storm electro sh2-vcf & electro tonus vcf filter explorations


Published on Mar 15, 2020 impurfekt

http://gstormelectronica.blogspot.com/

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the g-storm electro sh2-vcf is a 24db/oct filter based on the roland sh-2 bass synthesizer from 1978. it's the epitome of the roland sound and ranges from sweet to dirty depending on how hard you hit it.

i owned g-storm's v1 version of this filter in the past and missed it. this is the v2 model and is sonically identical as far as i can tell. it's got all the features you'd expect and is a joy to use. it's very smooth with no resonance (great for subtle arps) and has a lot of character with resonance. not many filters in my bank can pull that off.

arps begin at 6:40

patch notes:

doepfer a-110-1v thru g-storm electro sh2-vcf thru boss re-20

disclaimer: module was purchased out of pocket for music production purposes"

Update:

g-storm electro tonus vcf filter exploration

Published on Mar 15, 2020 impurfekt

"the g-storm electro tonus vcf is a 24db/oct filter based on the original arp 2600 4012 filter. the 4012 was arp's moog clone filter that was later revised due to patent infringement.

i've neither seen nor heard a 2600 in person, but the tonus vcf is certainly in the ballpark of demos i've heard and other filter clones i've used. its tone is warm, fat and vintage. the harder you drive the filter, the better it sounds. the front panel is roomy and well laid out. i look forward to further exploration; especially for bass duties.

arps begin at 4:28

patch notes:

doepfer a-110-1v thru g-storm electro tonus vcf thru boss re-20

disclaimer: module was purchased out of pocket for music production purposes"

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