MATRIXSYNTH: ”We put a DJ filter in it” - A Supercritical Neutron Flux Filter thing

Saturday, July 31, 2021

”We put a DJ filter in it” - A Supercritical Neutron Flux Filter thing

video upload by Supercritical Synthesizers

"In the yellow factory bank, there’s an oscillator character, Mean. We thought we’d put a safety switch in it. A default pole setting that could also not oscillate. We decided to put a variable width bandpass filter in the Yellow Mean 1 pole setting. In stereo of course. Resonance controls how steep it is and Mode controls the bandwidth. Effectively you can use this like a DJ filter. At first this idea was partly a joke but this character is really convenient and effective.

Here I’m doing some bleepy bloopy matchbox scale beats in the Nanoloop app on an iPhone. It’s amplified a bit with the Beads (doing some beat repeating and reverb) which is then connected to a mixer and a parallel line run through the Neutron Flux. Parallel patching is very effective with filters. Dry and processed lines are just behind their own faders."

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