Filter
  • Harmonàig
    • Harmonàig
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    • Harmonàig
    • £300.00
    • Harmonàig is a diatonic, polyphonic, bipolar voltage quantizer. From one CV signal, four are generated that with harmonised intervals the outline the Root, 3rd, 5th and 7th degrees of musical chords. The Harmonàig keeps things diatonic and harmonically relevant. Sequencing chord progressions can now be achieved as quickly as sequencing leads and bass lines.
  • Cš-L
    • Cš-L
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    • Cš-L
    • £510.00
    • Cš-L is a dual voltage controlled oscillator. It takes the modern approach of dual primary oscillators and expands upon them. Each oscillator sports its own wavefolder, PWM output and wide range of classic waveforms. A four-quadrant multiplier stage allows for ring modulation as well as rectified and positive only amplitude modulation. Each oscillator uses a different core (top sawtooth core,…
  • Tràigh
    • Tràigh
    • Tràigh
    • £190.00
    • Tràigh is a classic transistor ladder low pass filter. (24dB/octave). Derived from classic East coast designs, the Tràigh is suited for creating fat, warm subtractive voices. With its built in 3 channel mixer, the design is optimised for summing multiple audio signals and softening them into a single warm, comforting cushion of sound.
  • tanh[3]
    • tanh[3]
    • tanh[3]
    • £99.00
    • tanh[3] is a three channel, all analogue, wave shaper. It takes an input signal and outputs the hyperbolic tangent function [tanh(x)] for that signal. In more useful terms, it adds curves to a signal! Traditionally the circuit is used to shape a triangle wave to a sine but when used with more complex signals it behaves as a single knob…
  • I-ō47
    • I-ō47
    • I-ō47
    • £260.00
    • I-ō47 Multimode Resonator/Filter is a modern take on a vintage design with some extra features and quirks built in. With CV controllable centre frequency, resonance/Q and notch offset along side FM, strike and a complex dual input with wave shaping limiter, the I-ō47 is truly a filter for all occasions.