New SSL 1020 Steiner Filter Module

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New SSL 1020 Steiner Filter Module

Post by dslocum » Tue Dec 07, 2010 6:38 am

Limited quantity - Now available!

SSL 1020 Steiner Filter

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Post by ritchiedrums » Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:37 pm

:tu: Handsome!!
Maybe Santa will leave one :mrgreen:

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Re: New SSL 1020 Steiner Filter Module

Post by dslocum » Fri Dec 10, 2010 1:35 pm

dslocum wrote:Limited quantity - Now available!

SSL 1020 Steiner Filter

:mrgreen:Image
We've just put some more 1020 Steiners up for sale. See link above..
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"I ordered twice as many _______ as I thought I'd need, only to find out that I'm still less than half way to having enough."
"...this whole thing was started by a dream and a mouse." - Walt Disney
"Flatulence sounds aren't just for brass and reed instruments anymore, thanks in large part to Dr Moog." - Ockeghem

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Post by VinceL » Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:55 pm

Last night I finally had my first chance to use my Steiner filter.

This thing ROCKS! :banana:

Using the various inputs with different waveforms and different frequency ranges this filter can sound smooth to downright dirty and everything in between. I also patched in one of my SSL Digital Delays after the filter and got some sounds that made me think the aliens were landing.

I have just begun the total rearrangement of my studio, so I'm not in a position to do any recording (audio or video). But, I had to try out the filter, and I am one happy camper. :yay:

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Post by dslocum » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:18 pm

Sorry you're not happy with it Vince. We can arrange for a return... :hihi: :party: :sb:
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"I guess all the Forest Mims Radio Shack books I read finally paid off!"
"I ordered twice as many _______ as I thought I'd need, only to find out that I'm still less than half way to having enough."
"...this whole thing was started by a dream and a mouse." - Walt Disney
"Flatulence sounds aren't just for brass and reed instruments anymore, thanks in large part to Dr Moog." - Ockeghem

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