price : $269.00
the 3003 filter is a voltage controlled, discrete analog 18 db/oct ladder low-pass filter, employing hand-matched transistors. drop the frequency knob to 0 and things get pretty dull; swing it back up and those
"transistor bass” highs come crashing through the gate. the 3003’s resonance circuit at max will sing out more than the tb’s signature chirping in a fun, bubbly, if washy, poorer relation, mini “clone-ish" way;
use it tastefully, or throw moderation to the wind for overwhelming chirp force.
our 3003 filter has the most gentle sonic touch of its partners in the boomstar fold, but nevertheless is quite capable of shaping precise, very dynamic tone. whether or not this studio electronics filter is
filling its traditional baseline boxing niche, driving a harsh, liquid, acid-like tone, a softer more rubber-bandy sh-101-ish voice, or out of the bass range altogether, leading the way, all is within easy reach
of this surprisingly warm and versatile vcf. the 3003 can be distinctly vocal at times, especially when one is willing to put grittier, more distorted desires aside.
seven attenuation pots control the frequency, resonance, freq cv 1, reso cv, freq cv 2, input and output, delivering smooth, detailed, and complex expression.
switch it up
classic minimoog full and half strength filter frequency keyboard/voltage tracking for rounder low end with brilliant highs.
patch it up
seven patch points: 1 v/o, freq cv 1, freq cv 2, reso cv, input and 2x output direct the deepest manipulation.
all controls and patch points
frequency – adjusts the frequency, or cut-off of the filter.
resonance – adjusts the resonance of the filter. *
full half track – switch between full and half keyboard/voltage tracking.
freq cv 1 – frequency control voltage 1 input attenuverters.
reso cv – resonance control voltage input attenuverters.
freq cv 2 – frequency control voltage 2 input attenuverters.
input – adjusts the audio input.
output – adjusts the audio output.
1 v/o – one volt per octave control voltage input.
freq cv 1 – frequency control voltage 1 input.
freq cv 2 – frequency control voltage 2 input.
reso cv – resonance control voltage input.
input – audio input.
2x output – audio outputs.
* from 7:00 (0) to 9:00 our “negative resonance saturation” adds beefiness, boosting the waveform amplitude and taming waveform transients; set to 9:00 to achieve the cleanest tone possible.