Super Band Pass Filter

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scope4live
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Super Band Pass Filter

Post by scope4live » Sat Oct 04, 2008 8:19 pm

John calls this BP 24db, rightly so.
The CS80 had a Super BPF that gave it a really cutting sound, and the Brass Factory 4 preset sounded nothing like Brass, but a novel sounding synth, I thought I'd show a little CS80 sound.
It actually sounds much better than the Yamaha as I have a mix of the CEM Oscillators, and 2 Saw's. Each with seperate ADSR's and Filters.

The CEM Filter is mixed w/ the BP 24db so it doesn't sound as waspy as the CS80 did.

This is 4 Oscillators, 2 Filters, and 2 Envelopes, and obviously lots of resonance to hear the sweet ass Bowen Filters. :)

http://www.planetz.com/forums/download/file.php?id=3786
Magnus C350 on a TV Dinner Tray Stand with 2 x PigNose Amps for stereo


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seamonkey
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Post by seamonkey » Sun Oct 05, 2008 7:52 am

wooooooo-eeeeeeeee! sweet ass filter indeed. :D
Thanks for taking the time to post this jimmy.
What are using as the main sound in this?

scope4live
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Post by scope4live » Mon Oct 06, 2008 4:05 am

Scope DSP cards and Bowen Solaris 5.0.8.
Of course I had to use the infamous AUX Delay from SpaceF. Solaris has a noble effects section, but I prefer using the synths's insert slots and bringing in other Effects, and Oscillators from the RDII Modules Series or 3rd party developers. The choices are endless, and the sounds are too numerous to count.
Magnus C350 on a TV Dinner Tray Stand with 2 x PigNose Amps for stereo


https://soundcloud.com/jimmyvee/wormhole

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