Superbooth 2019: Rossum Electro-Music Linnaeus

US Stereo Thru Zero State Variable Filter      12/05/19

It is always a pleasure to see Dave Rossum, and this year was no exception. Dave's precision when creating modules speaks for itself. The Linnaeus is a stereo Thru Zero State Variable filter, it has almost every parameter under CV control and lots of neat features for creting movement and width within the stereo field. 

The Linnaeus is unique in that it provides the unique ability to linearly modulate its resonant frequency through zero into negative frequency, while maintaining stability.

More info at Rossum Electro-Music

 

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