“This episode is brought to you by the zZyzx Society, whose new self-titled album will be released on March 20th on ZSR Records.
Talk about great stories! From creating modular systems in Utah, to building a shoebox EVI, to playing on the Apocalypse Now score – to a long history as a session player and soloist, Nyle Steiner has always melded musicianship
“When you hear that Jason from Manhattan Analog is making a new filter you stop and take note. His MA35 and SVVCF are both fantastic so I knew this would be too. The Steiner Synthasystem VCF is gorgeous based on Nyle Steiners work with the Synthasystem and brought to life authentically in euro rack format.”
“Extremely rare Electronic Valve Instrument. Built by Neil Steiner in 1975(one of 200 produced). This particular unit is in museum condition. Please note that the voltage is set for 220, so if purchasing in the the States you’ll need to also have a power converter.”
“Also known as the ‘Steiner’ filter (as it’s an enhancement of a circuit Nile Steiner first published in 1974), this nice-sounding 2-pole multimode self-oscillating filter with vactrols on the cutoff and resonance inputs is unique in that it has a separate _input_ per filter mode, allowing the creation of alternate modes as well as frequency-dependent crossfades
“Hey guys back again with yet another modified Stiener Parker type 12db per oct VCF, this based on a mashup of Ken stone and Yves Ussons schematics.
I have increased the diode ladder from 10-12, and also the size of the capacitors in the ladder and also my own tailored trimming for keyboard tracking.
There is also a trimmerble diode pair in the resonance
“This is a short demo of my new module for VCVRack. Tangents try to capture the essence of the Steiner-Parker filter and manages to produce nice sounding results. You can read more about this filter and my other modules here: http://modlfo.github.io/projects/vult…”