Filter models in Supernatural Synth

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Filter models in Supernatural Synth

Postby PugFace » 16:47, 2 May 2017

May be i missed this in the manual, but does anybody know what the Low-Pass Filter models are based on in the options for the supernatural synth engine?
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Re: Filter models in Supernatural Synth

Postby bennyseven » 20:51, 4 May 2017

I found this on google

The analog filters? LPF1 is a classic Roland 4-pole close to the Juno 60/Jupiter 8, LPF2 is Moog-style transistor ladder, LPF3 (along with the HPF and BPF) is a new touchy 12dB/Oct design that tends to break up when you crank the resonance.


It is from the JD-XA, but might be not very far away from FA.
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Re: Filter models in Supernatural Synth

Postby JunoJohn » 23:48, 6 May 2017

The four SN-S filter models originated with OS Version 2 of the Jupiter-80.

When Version 2 was released, Roland published the following descriptions, but later withdrew them:

LPF 1: Jupiter-80 (held over from Version 1)
LPF 2: Jupiter-8
LPF 3: MiniMoog
LPF 4: Prophet 5

Dan Krisher describes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VDllTa ... u.be&t=107
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Re: Filter models in Supernatural Synth

Postby PugFace » 12:07, 8 May 2017

Cool, thanks so much, i had a feeling the moog ladder was represented, it is this one that i was hoping to find.
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