Happy 808 Day!
I’ve been testing the Rossum Electro Music Linnaeus multimode filter module which is going into production this week. Since it’s 808 day, i figured it would be interesting to see how it treats some classic electronic drum sounds. Linnaeus is a stereo module and you can invert the modulation of the two channels to create stereo imaging effects. There’s also a linear FM feature, including a modulation oscillator (with selectable waveforms). When the filter is in self oscillation, you can create “Chowning” style ringing tones, or absolutely destroy a tone being processed through the filter.
The 808 Bass Drum is isolated and running through the Rossum Evolution, and the 808 Accent trigger is pulsing Control Forge which has a random stepped voltage sequence which is patched to both Evolution and Linnaeus.