MATRIXSYNTH: Lower West Side Studio M401 Multimode Filter Resonator

Monday, November 29, 2021

Lower West Side Studio M401 Multimode Filter Resonator


video upload by Lower West Side Studio

"A few seconds of playing with our M401 Multimode Filter Resonator during calibration

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"The ARP 2500 was made famous for sounds it created with its 1047 Voltage Controlled Filter. You can now add that rich, incredible sound to your MU modular synthesizer with the M401 Multimode Filter Resonator from Lower West Side Studio.

The M401 Multimode Filter Resonator is the Lower West Side Studio adaptation of the ARP 1047 filter. The 1047 filter is what gave the ARP 2500 its legendary sound. The M401 Multimode Filter Resonator features;

Simultaneous filter outputs including LowPass, Highpass, Bandpass and a Variable Frequency output The Bandpass output has a gentle 6 decibels/octave slope on either side of its voltage-controllable “corner” frequency, making it ideal for replicating acoustic resonators. At the other extreme, it can be set to a very high “Q” or feedback, allowing only a very narrow band of frequencies to get through.

The M401 can act as a percussion module with a dedicated input for a gate or trigger signals to “ring” its filter with adjustable decay.

The M401 also offers features not available on the original ARP VCF including adaptive AGC input that reacts to input amplitude and settings and adaptive TRIG input that guarantees a full trigger pulse at all frequency settings"


Here is an interview with Dakota Melin, the designer of the M401 Multimode Filter Resonator:


Frequency Freaks Workshop - May 2021 upload by Frequency Freaks

"This months workshop has a special extended edition of the Gear Chronicles by Heidi Chan featuring a new Toronto based Eurorack module designer Venus Instruments Veno-Echo, the updated System80 Jove filter, and the new Filter Resonator from Hale (Dakota Melin) along with some very cool performances!"

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