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waldorf 2 pole
sherman filter bank
akai mfc 42
electrix filter factory
iron ether xerograph ( and xerograph deluxe)
Sherman is great if a bit harsh, MFC42 is great if a bit tame, Filter Factory is most balanced overall and with the midi LFO and hands on controls is a lot of fun. Never tried the oto or iron ether.
Sounds like you want the Oto Machines Boum when it comes out (like a lot of people including myself)
Analog Compressor with tube emulation, octave, soft and hard distortion, followed by a 3 mode-2 pole Biscuit filter.
thanks for the tips, kind humans! i’ll check out the filter factory, keep mining the factory to buy an octatrack and wait for the boum!
hmm the oto bicuit seems cool too
http://niioanalog.com/product/iotine-core-2/ Looks interesting, but yeah, needs a lot of mining before purchase probably
Also jomox moonwind seems nice, and cheaper
Does the Waldorf 2 Pole use the same filter as the Pulse 2? If so it’s a little boring, imo, but useful at least.
MicroBrute can be used to filter incoming audio, too, and I paid $230 for mine as new/open box. A little large for just a filter, but it has a LFO or EG to patch into the cutoff. Not stereo.
Korg Monotron can be used as a low pass
I realized I could use line in in Renoise, so i’ll be playing with that for a while. Trying to avoid starting to buy effects, and eurorack, as long as i can muster…