Serge VCFQ by Random*Source

The Variable Q VCF (or VCFQ, for short) from Random Source is a skiff-friendly Eurorack adaptation of what is perhaps the most famous Serge filter. It is an effortlessly thick and colorful 12dB/oct multimode filter with ultra-smooth resonance that never ceases to amaze. Amazing tonal variety comes from combining outputs, automating resonance settings via CV, and adding grit using its adjustable-gain input.

Simple filtration is only one of the VCFQ's many uses, however. Its amazing trigger input turns rising-edge pulses into thick analog kicks and toms which roughly track notes thanks to a dedicated 1V/oct input. This module also becomes an ultra-powerful modulator in "Lo" mode, with decaying/syncable LFOs well within grasp using the trigger input, along with free-running oscillation when self-patched. When fed stepped sequences, sample and hold, or other LFOs, the VCFQ can even function as an effective slew limiter. And that's not all: for those lucky enough to own two VCFQs, dual-peak resonance and an ultra-thick 24dB/oct low-pass mode offer some of the most rewarding synth sounds in existence. In short, adding a VCFQ to one's Eurorack system is always worthwhile.

FEATURES
Analog multimode filter designed in collaboration with Serge Tcherepnin
Automatic Gain Compensation and Variable Gain audio inputs
Trigger input
1V/oct and attenuverted frequency CV inputs
Attenuated Q CV input
Low Pass, Hi Pass, Bandpass, and Notch outputs
Hi/Lo range switch
This is the skiff-friendly, SMD version of the Random*Source VCFQ

Under licence from Serge Tcherepnin
Designed for High-end VCAs (THAT2180)
No matching of transistors required
No wiring needed

https://randomsource.net/serge_euro

  • 52 mA +12V
  • 52 mA -12V
  • 0 mA 5V
  • 26 mm deep
  • Ø 4.62 (42 Votes) Average Rating

Available as an assembled Module and as a DIY project.

This Module is currently available.

$320 Price in € submitted Oct 21st 2015, 01:28 by Nomodulus | last Change Jun 11th, 22:59 by 337is

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