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Circuit Abbey now shipping: Liquidus
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BrotherTheo
Friends, Romans, countryman! Lend me your .. um .. clicks?

Circuit Abbey is now shipping the Liquidus filter!

Liquidus 4hp 4-pole SSM2044 lowpass analog filter

Liquidus is a warm, compact 4hp 4-pole lowpass filter featuring new stock of the SSM2044 chip, made famous in the Korg Polysix, Mono/Poly, Crumar Bit 01, Emu Emulator, Emu SP12, and PPG Wave 2.2-2.3, among others. It features CV over resonance and filter frequency. It is a great sounding, creamy, fat little filter with good range and well behaved resonance. Its small form factor means it will fit in the coziest of systems including skiffs. The frequency CV is volt per octave so you can do a tracking filter or create pinged filter percussion effects, or go into self-oscillation to act as an experimental oscillator. The filter also has a separate EXP control input with attenuator to allow fun stuff like FM patches. It excels at filter FM, creating very smooth audio rate modulations. Add true fat vintage warmth to your system in just 4hp!

Price: $160
Liquidus product page



A taste:

Introduction

Sound samples:






Samples by PatchMaster Jeph:






Thanks for watching!

--timmers
Kodama
Dat liquid tho! Amazing phat/vintage/liquid 24db 4hp filter! SlayerBadger!

[s]http://soundcloud.com/geneticdmg/liquidus-bass[/s]
strangegravity
Sounds great!
ben_hex
Sounds good! Very interesting thinking about multiple modules for my polyphonic experiments. Hmmmm hmmm.....

And 3 AFGs in that case w00t
Jumbuktu
Love it! We need more good 4hp filters. Is there a diy option?
BrotherTheo
Jumbuktu wrote:
Love it! We need more good 4hp filters. Is there a diy option?


Keep your eye on Synthcube...

--BT
Tonefloat01
Just ordered two of these from Analogue Haven Guinness ftw!
spacekid71
Are circuit abbey good quality modules?
Tonefloat01
spacekid71 wrote:
Are circuit abbey good quality modules?


Don’t know...guess that I will find out seriously, i just don't get it Rockin' Banana!
Prunesquallor
spacekid71 wrote:
Are circuit abbey good quality modules?


Yes. They are widely recommended in these parts.
Tonefloat01
Looks like a fun night ahead.....

Guinness ftw!
letitbleep
spacekid71 wrote:
Are circuit abbey good quality modules?


i use Gozinta and Invy. both very good. i especially enjoy the feel/action of the knobs. they feel very high quality.
cptnal
Tonefloat01 wrote:
Looks like a fun night ahead.....

Guinness ftw!


Seeing those unopened boxes just gives me a tingle. This is fun!

Not sure I agree with your choice in beer though. Mr. Green
Tonefloat01
[quote="cptnal"]
Tonefloat01 wrote:
Looks like a fun night ahead

Seeing those unopened boxes just gives me a tingle. This is fun!

Not sure I agree with your choice in beer though. Mr. Green


Agreed.... it was non-alcoholic as well cry Dead Banana
BrotherTheo
[quote="Tonefloat01"]
cptnal wrote:
Tonefloat01 wrote:
Looks like a fun night ahead

Seeing those unopened boxes just gives me a tingle. This is fun!

Not sure I agree with your choice in beer though. Mr. Green


Agreed.... it was non-alcoholic as well cry Dead Banana


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BrotherTheo
There are some b-stock units for sale over in sell/trade:
https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=202506&highlight=

--Brother Theo
Tonefloat01
Was able to squeeze in a couple hours of wigglin’ on Father’s Day and installed my new Liquidus filters and I am indeed a very happy camper! Definitely was the filter that I was missing in my system. Kudos! Rockin' Banana!
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