New Eurorack Multimode Filter

Analogue Solutions releases the Telemark multimode filter module      27/10/14

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Analogue Solutions has released the Telemark multimode filter module - a multimode filter  based on the filter of the  Telemark semi-modular synthesizer. Here's the details in their own words...


It's roots lie in the original 1970s Oberheim SEM, though it has developed a character of its own.

The filter is a 12db/Octave multimode type. Multimode means there are more than one type of filter output.

There are in fact four: low pass, band pass, high pass and notch filter.

Additionally, notch filter can be varied for an even wider range of sounds.

Use of Gain and Q allow for even wider possibilities.

No special knowledge is required to use this filter. Just plug your audio in the left, and your audio out on the right.

Optionally (and recommended!) patch a control voltage in to give the sound movement.

Key Features

  • Pure analogue circuitry.
  • Telemark filter
  • 4 filter types
  • - Low, High, Band, Notch
  • Resonance (Q) boost feature
  • Slim design
  • Spun metal knob caps


Pricing and Availability:
£199

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