MATRIXSYNTH: The Analogue Renaissance REV -1 - SSM Based Chip

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

The Analogue Renaissance REV -1 - SSM Based Chip


Published on May 27, 2020 Syntaur

"Syntaur's Sam Mims install the prototype of Analogue Renaissance's REV -1 into a Prophet 5. This amazing board replaces the CEM filter chips in a Rev 3 Prophet, and dials it back to the sound of the highly coveted Rev 2! Additionally, it adds two switches which allow the selection of either 4-pole or 2-pole filtering, and which add Q-Compensation, to make up for bass frequencies that are normally lost with high-resonance sounds. The sonic result is beastly!"

Curious if the new Sound Semiconductor SSI2140 can be swapped in as well. Note the Analogue Renaissance's REV -1 is a different chip.

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