Tenderfoot Electronics SVF-1 is a new 8HP state variable filter for Eurorack that covers smooth buttery up to dirty timbres with a push of a button.
Peter Young is a British synth developer and is head of the young Eurorack focused company Tender Electronics. He recently announced the new SVF-1, a new state variable filter in 8HP. It offers classic filter controls: cutoff & resonance which are both CV controllable. The SVF-1 can also go nicely in self-oscillation when the resonance is turned up. This can also be used as a sine VCO when the a cable is plugged in the 1v/oct input.
The developer has come up with something extra dirty. Besides the addition drive circuit, the cutoff potentiometer has a button with two LEDs: pink for more polite and blue for less polite. If you push the button on the right site, the filter gets more character and gets dirtier
On the module, all outputs are available simultaneously, this means lowpass, bandpass, highpass & notch.
At first glance a small but nice-sounding analog filter that offers many sound facets. From more classic to gritty up to very dirty.
Specs: 53 mA +12V, 53 mA -12V, 0mA 5V, 21 mm deep
Tenderfoot Electronics SVF-1 is available soon (late Summer 2020)
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