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Re: eyeball ...and other Filters

Also worth checking out is Paula Perry's Frostwave pedal.
It's based on the same circuitry as the old Korg MS-20
analog synth. In the same vein, are the analog filter
modules from Synthtech.

And for the price of of an Eyeball you could get one of
each, with a little left over for McDonalds. :)

- Larry
----- Original Message -----
From: <Echoechoparkpark@aol.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 08, 2000 2:18 PM
Subject: Re: eyeball ...

> In a message dated 4/8/0 7:14:38 AM, Echophazer@aol.com writes:
> >$600 and specs that lead me to believe half the signal out is noise? 
> >justifies the price? It must be those googley eyes on the knobs!
> I played with it at NAMM - it's pretty cool. One of the easier filter
> I've tried, yet still unpredictable in a fun way. Sort of a Meatball in a
> rack,  and actually has pretty darn good fidelity from what I remember.
> the Meatball being a pedal is so easy to take around, it's very handy for
>  Is that list price?  Getting into Sherman Filterbank territory, and to 
> that's the best sounding one I've heard.  Interesting times for filter
fans -
> Filter Factory is very cool and does MIDI sync! They have a new Stereo
> Queen, too.  I guess we can thank the modern DJ/dance music crowd for all
> this!
> eric p
> echo park