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Super SynthesisSVFs Dual Filter

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Super Synthesis SVFs

SVFs from Super Synthesis brings two identical state-variable filters together in a single module packed with functional and creative features. At its core, SVFs offers three filtered outputs that share a cutoff frequency and resonance control. Offering 12dB/Oct lowpass and highpass slopes alongside a 6dB/oct bandpass, you have a wide range of shaping tools to sculpt your signals. Because the inputs are DC-coupled, you can use the smooth and powerful sound of SVFs to add depth to your audio or utilize it for manipulating CV as a wave shaper for LFOs, slew for pitch CV, and tons of other possibilities.

When resonance is at its maximum, SVFs will self-oscillate to produce a sine wave at its outputs, with each being 90 degrees out of phase with one another. This offers opportunities for quadrature LFOs, wonky phase manipulation, and so much more. To get modulating, SVFs offers a 1V/Oct input and another CV input with a dedicated attenuverter—perfect for frequency modulation or slower envelope and LFO usage.

Whether you're looking for processing multiple signals, two stages of filtering, or sculpting your CV in new and interesting ways, look no further than Super Synthesis' SVFs.

SVFs Features

  • Dual state variable filter
  • One signal input per filter
  • 12dB/Oct lowpass and highpass, and 6dB/Oct bandpass
  • Cutoff frequency and resonance controls
  • Self-oscillation produces a sine wave per channel that are 90 degrees out of phase with each other
  • Two CV inputs for 1V/Oct and attenuverter control
  • DC coupled to process audio and CV
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 12hp
  • Depth: 22mm
  • Current draw: 50mA @ +12V, 50mA @ -12V
Product Demo Videos
Quick Tips : Self Resonating Filter Tricks for Complex Oscillator Sounds
This week's Quick Tip dives into using filters as complex oscillator voices!⁠

No oscillators required!, Instead we use a dual self oscillating filter, feeding one sine wave into the bi-polar frequency input of the other!

The result is a complex oscillator-esque sound with a ton of flexibility!
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