WNAMM12: STG Soundlabs Modules

Wavefolder      30/01/12

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The Suit & Tie Guy certainly wears a suit. And a tie - as you would expect.

He also makes some really cool Eurorack format synth modules under the name STG Soundlabs including:

Wavefolder -a nonlinear diode-based waveshaper with voltage-controllable gain and a 10-volt offset range

Sea Devli Filter - A three pole diode ladder lowpass filter with voltage controlled resonance

Post Lawsuit Lowpass Filter - This filter is not a clone of the ARP 4072 submodule. It does, however, have an identical topology with the same transistors and operational amplifier array. Some people may find this is close enough to use the "C" word but not here at STG Soundlabs, so in tribute to the origin of this filter design it is called the Post-Lawsuit Lowpass Filter.

.Mix Moog inspired four input mixer which has the same inherrant distortion in the original Moog modules.

There are more - you really should vist the website, if only for the amusing copy posted there, and of course you can buy stuff.

 

 

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
EMwhite    Said...

STG doesn't fool around. I'm a big fan of his/their gear/modules; very well thought out especially the MU Time (Sequencer) Modules.

And he's a funny F*cker also. WItty as the day is long.

20-Feb-12 01:47 AM


confused    Said...

Spend less time on the suits and sort out that terrible website that doesn't appear to mention any of the modulars.

04-Jan-14 05:57 PM


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