MATRIXSYNTH: Low pH - Supercritical Neutron Flux Filter

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Low pH - Supercritical Neutron Flux Filter

Supercritical Synthesizers

"Have a look at my mini case! I built this 58hp 6U case by myself and tried to build as efficient setup as possible. Upper row is a greatest hits platter of self-built digital SMD excercises and the lower portion handles the Supercritical stuff.

Here I do some sour stuff. I’ve hacked some old Ornaments & Crime beta version to have the awesome Logarhythm 303 random sequencer. The envelopes for the filter are provided by a tiny Peaks, Kick by another one. Antumbra Knit has the hats.

The Supercritical Neutron Flux filter handles a single saw wave. It is first used in the regular Sour 3-pole mode. After that I patch it mono-in-stereo-out with the dual VCA. The stereo control is used for the spread effect. Then, I switch the 8-pole series mode and use the left half of the filter for filtering and the right half as a flat filter with the boost for distorting it.

Later I add some more waves from the demon core and set the filter to Mean mode. It has some different distorting characters in the pole settings.

Distort everything.


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