Micro Hadron Collider
Dual channel, state variable filter
Micro Hadron Collider dual VCF scientifically smashes two electron waves into oblivion at the speed of light, producing an audio frequency Higgs-Boson particle beam of harmonius analog physics equilibrium. Well...not really, but it does some other cool stuff.
In reality, Micro Hadron Collider is a very powerful dual VCF with an integrated mixer to pit the two sides against each other producing complex waveshapes and artfully sculpted timbres. uHC incorporates versatile audio signal flow with intuitive CV control and normaling, creating a powerful filter without the need for complex patching.
Micro Hadron Collider is a dual state-variable VCF with all CV inputs of the first filter normaled to filter 2. The uHC can be used as a 4 pole filter, two independent 2 pole filters, or some combination in between. A voltage controlled mixer blends the two ouputs, providing another dimension of waveshaping. Filter 2 can use one of the following as its input: the output of Filter 1 (series), the input of Filter 1 (parallel) or it's own input (split). Voltage control of Frequency and Resonance is provided for each filter section. Signal paths for audio and CV are shown with arrows to speed up patching.
- Powerful dual state-variable VCF
- Integrated mixer
- Can be used as a 4 pole filter, two independent 2 pole filters, or any combo thereof