MATRIXSYNTH: Running a Minimoog Through a Modified Krohn-Hite 3200 Analog Filter

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Running a Minimoog Through a Modified Krohn-Hite 3200 Analog Filter


Stevan Dedovic

"Recently purchased a Krohn-Hite 3200 Analog Multifunction Filter off of eBay. This is typically used as a piece of laboratory test equipment. It has been modified to replace the standard BNC connectors on the front with 1/4 inch audio jacks, allowing it to be used as a piece of audio equipment. It's now essentially an oversized analog filter pedal. Here I'm running my Minimoog through the filter, as a little demo.

== Links == https://instagram.com/mr_praline https://github.com/sdedovic"

Note this is the same Krohn-Hite 3200 Laboratory Grade Analog Filter posted here.
Below are some new pics of it modded with 1/4 inch jacks from the original BNC connectors.



1 comment:

  1. It's a lab filter. They're just 24dB / 0dB gain butterworth filters. No flexibility for use with synths. We use them in labs for filtering when designing audio products incl speakers and other audio electronics. They're solid state analog (op amps) there's no significant coloring to be added by using them unless you overload the input. Just as well use software.

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