MATRIXSYNTH: Blue Lantern Gleba VCF // Walkthrough & Demo

Tuesday, May 03, 2022

Blue Lantern Gleba VCF // Walkthrough & Demo

video upload by Robots Are Red

"In this video we take a look at the brand new VCF by Blue Lantern Modules, Gleba. Based on the VCF from BLM's Dwarf Star Semi Modular Synthesizer, Gleba crams a lot of fun functionality into only 10hp.

This VCF has:
- Two audio inputs, one with attenuator
- 12db Low Pass/Band Pass/High pass filter with mix & match switches
- A screaming self oscillating resonance sine wave
- Limit switch to squash those middle frequencies for a more metallic-like tone similar to the MS-20
- Two Subharmonics Generators, 1 and 2 octaves lower
- FM modulation input with attenuverter
- CV control over resonance and frequency (with 1v/oct tracking)
- A built in VCA that is bypassed when left unpatched.

Filter, crunch up, or add character to your sounds. Use it as an oscillator, a crunchy rudimentary EQ, as a nice squelchy filter, and so much more.

Special thanks to Blue Lantern for providing the the module for the video."


Gleba Part 2 // Multi-Mode VCF/VCA by Blue Lantern Modules - Patch tips and Q Trimmer Demo

video upload by Robots Are Red

"It smells like it is time for #2! In this video we look at a few more patch examples with Gleba, as well as toning down the resonance to more classic filter levels with the Q Trimmer.

The patches covered in this video are an acid bass, gated drums, and chords through Gleba."

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