ha! thought of posting it, but it’s mono, and relatively hard to find [i think tom still does batches of them periodically, and they do come up second hand fairly often]. great filter though, i’ve got one.
restyler is definitely an overkill, but what a great filter on drums. i have machinedrum semi permanently running through one. you can twist a simple track in so many ways with the env followers.
What about the build quality bothers? I have one sitting here on my desk right now and it’s one of the most solid pieces of gear I’ve seen recently. The chassis is solid extruded aluminum and it’s all solid panel-mounted pots.
Maybe they were more popular in Canada than elsewhere, I see them show up on Craigslist all the time.
was going to suggest a small modular set up but it can get expensive fast. but then you could do more interesting things too, like using a joystick instead of a knob and having it control multiple parameters so you could increase feedback while turning down the cutoff etc.
actually, something like korg kaosspad should work as well if you don’t mind digital?
The electro harmonix memory man with hazarai has a low pass to high pass one knob filter, true stereo, and has half a dozen different delays and a looper to boot. Couldn’t be more dub. Cons: filter only affects delayed sound, so you could set the delay time to zero and blend to 100% wet and just enjoy the one knob filter, but no filtering of both dry and delayed signals at once. No resonance control, but the sweep sounds pretty natural. Digital, not analog, but because it’s digital you get tap tempo and a load of fun features with different settings, reverse echo, ring modulator, etc. Plus, it’s only like £150?