WNAMM08: Harvestman Modules

That Polivoks filter and some other digital mayhem      28/01/08

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As is tradition, we visit the Analog Haven booth in one go, although we did come and see John Bowen and his Solaris synth on a separate visit, they weren’t technically on the same booth – but this is probably information you don’t need, you want the skinny on the Harvestman stuff right? Then please do watch Scott Jaeger show us his wares. The modules are:
  • model 2012 "malgorithm", bit depth/sample rate reducer
  • model r1982 "polivoks vcf" classic obstinate analog filter officially authorized!
  • model 1986 "zorlon cannon" pitched noise and gates
  • model 1973 "tyme sefari" loop sampler / audio buffer

  • The Harvestman WWW


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I am legend    Said...

Is this dude in the witness protection program, or something? haha

Sound of "Rolling thunder".... more like farting frogs

28-Jan-08 11:45 AM


snox    Said...

awesome farting frogs though

28-Jan-08 05:07 PM


ENDIF    Said...

Great demo! Scott is a f***ing genius, and his modules are both inspired in design and solidly constructed

I have the Polivoks and Malgorithm already, and I will most definitely be getting the rest of the line as it is released.

29-Jan-08 09:58 AM


Oliver Chesler, wiretotheear.com    Said...

Ok... did he do a lot of blow right before this interview?

Amazing modules... well needed!!!!

29-Jan-08 01:42 PM


BoBo    Said...

I think he was just a bit nervous. His stuff is excellent!

29-Jan-08 06:01 PM


mike brown    Said...

scott rules

31-Jan-08 10:10 PM


Some Punk    Said...

... really cool stuff.. I like the idea of digital mangling in an analogue modular... wish it wasn't so pricey :(

€480 for a filter module seems like a lot of cash to me...

02-Feb-08 02:30 PM


astroschnautzer    Said...

its more like $195 For the polivoks filter.

03-Feb-08 11:18 AM


hephner    Said...

dope ass instrument, but this guy needs a girlfriend

10-Feb-08 09:11 PM


surachai    Said...

scott fucking rules you.

23-Feb-08 07:12 PM


W.    Said...

This is just great stuff. Memories of the olden days- *early 80's* I wonder why the gate outputs on the Zorlon spec. out at +12 Volts high ?- thought doepfer likes to see 5 to 8 Volt range for this ? Awsome none the less. ~W.~

29-Feb-08 11:57 PM


iSv    Said...

Scott is a mad audio scientist and we love him to death! Awesome machines from a great guy.

02-Apr-08 02:44 PM


Machinate    Said...

I really f**king love these modules! Seriously, how come that one flightcase has sooo much potential? It's MAD!

I think Scott may have a touch of the ol' autism going, even though the SonicState cam shoved in ones face does add a certain... edge to the presentation... I've been there!

27-Jun-08 10:57 AM


john    Said...

one of the new breed who i think in years to come will be seen as pure genius , buchla. moog - add these guys - scotts quirky as fuk but i am sure glad he is !

12-May-09 07:44 AM


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