Comb Filter from Modor is a digital delay line-based filtering effect module derived from their flagship NF-1 synthesizer. Based on notching effects produced from short delay lines, it excels at flanger and chours-style sounds, which get even crazier when combines with the filter’s integrated LFO. Perfect for sound design, the module contains dual outputs for exceptionally wide stereo effects.
Comb Filter Features
Digital comb filter for Eurorack modular systems
40ms maximum delay time for spectral notching effects
Achieve chorus & flanger effects via external modulation of delay time
Onboard LFO with dedicated speed control, normalized to CV1 input
CV2 normalized to inverted LFO shape, enabling intense stereo effects
Stereo input and output for super wide, bizarre sounds
Modor's Comb Filter is a voltage controlled delay which can go through ranges from very short comb filtering and flanging through to chorus effects. The module has a built in LFO for modulating the delay as well as CV inputs. The Comb Filter has stereo inputs and outputs. The sound source for this video is the ALM Akemie's Castle with modulation from the Mutable Instruments Stages and Intellijel Planar 2.