VCF is Hungry Robot’s analog 4-pole lowpass filter in desktop format. In addition to self-oscillating resonance control the unit mobilizes a HM2040 chip, a replication of the renowned SSM2040 chip found in the legendary Prophet 5. Naturally, the filter boasts exemplary tonal quality. Its large knobs facilitate immediate hands-on control, allowing for tactile operation. Even better, since its cutoff parameter has a dedicated control voltage input, users can remotely control the unit using a variety of external signals. The CV input is scaled to behave as a VCA whenever a 5V signal is present; this feature was implemented in lieu of 1V/Oct tracking for added versatility while still keeping things compact.
Desktop-format 4-pole lowpass VCF
Uses HM2040 chip
CV input for cutoff frequency
CV input behaves like a VCA when 5V signal is present
Power Requirements: 9V DC Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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