Showing posts with label Plum Audio. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Plum Audio. Show all posts

Sunday, September 17, 2023

5 filter patch ideas featuring Plum Audio ADVA

video upload by Tom Churchill

"This video is all about some of the weird and wonderful things you can do with filters in a modular synth setup. The filter I’m using is ADVA, which Plum Audio kindly sent over for me to check out.

As you’ll see, it has some powerful features crammed in. But don’t worry, most of the patch ideas in the video can be achieved using other modules too, so hopefully you’ll get a few ideas for things to try no matter what gear you’re using.

Please note: Plum Audio supplied me with an ADVA module in exchange for this video. It’a demo, not a review - but do rest assured I only make videos about modules that I would genuinely recommend to others."

00:00 Intro & patch previews
01:31 ADVA overview and demo
08:19 Filter mode switching via CV
11:05 Pinging for kicks and clonks
15:39 White noise drum kit
19:01 AM with resonance modulation
23:16 Formants with audio-rate FM

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

uJove - Micro version of Jove multimode filter (with positive feedback mod)

Published on Nov 20, 2018 Shay Shezifi

"Plum Audio uJove is 8hp version of Jove - Multimode filter By System 80 that is inspired by the Roland Jupiter 6 filter.
uJuve is exactly the same circuit as the original 14 hp Juve with the same amazing sound.
2 extra modifications have been added to increase the sound variety:
1. When no jack is plugged in to input 2 Positive feedback from the output to input 2 is activated. the feedback level can be controlled by LEVEL 2 knob.
2. Input 2 level knob can add 6dB of gain, 0dB on the middle, +6dB (clipping) when fully clockwise.
4 Leds of the original 14 hp Jove replaced by one RGB Led
Modes colours:
RED - LP24
uJove will be available only as DIY project, soon at Pusherman and eurorack DIY stores."

This is the first Plum Audio post. The original Jove was by System 80 (more posts & demos here).

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