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Bug Brand announces that new models of its CrossOver Filter module are back for sale on his webstore.

The Bug Brand CrossOver Filter is based on the PRC3A SV-Filter in his modular range, with extended features for a versatile effect that can be used in studio.

The CrossOver Filter features two variable-state 2-pole and 12dB/octave filters that can auto-oscillate and be voltage controlled. The filters are identical (20Hz - 20 kHz range, same resonance) but their input and output are arranged differently. They can be configured to operate in series or parallel, and split the signal in three frequency bands that can be sent to different destinations (multiband compression, stereo spread processor, etc.) or internally remixed.

The module features an unbalanced 1/4” jack followed by a buffer and a preamp that offers up to +26 dB of gain.

Each filter is equipped with a CV summing mixer to CV modulate the cutoff via the FMod control. Modulation can be switched between external CV source (with the 4mm blue banana connector) or internal modulation via the filter Band-Pass output. Filters are calibrated for a 1V/octave on over 5 octaves, but Bug Brand adds that there is no temperature compensation.

Each output is completed with a phase reverse switch and a level control before hitting the 1/4” jack.

Bug Brand manufactures small batches of his products, which are quickly sold and it sometimes takes months before new models are back in stocks. 6 CrossOver Filters are currently available for the price of £250 at www.bugbrand.co.uk so don’t wait…

 

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