Serge Variable Bandwidth Filter (VCF2) for Euro

Serge Variable Bandwidth Filter (VCF2)

The Serge Variable Bandwidth Filter (VCF2) is probably the rarest classic filter in the Serge system, offering a unique combination of 2 filters. According to the 1983 Serge catalogue, the “VARIABLE BANDWIDTH VCF (VCF2) has a band-pass output which can be varied manually or with voltage control. This is a standard response synthesizer VCF, typical to filters used in many studio systems. In the VCF2, two state-variable VCF's are connected in series to produce a total of five outputs. High pass, low pass, two fixed bandwidth outputs, and one variable bandwidth output are available. The outputs are all flat-response (no resonance) so the VCF2 is suitable for processing concrete sounds without introducing resonant coloration to the timbres. Under voltage or manual control, cut-off frequency of the high and low-pass outputs are affected, as well as the center frequency of the two band-pass outputs. Both center frequency and bandwidth are independently controllable on the variable bandwidth output."

Now - for the first time, designed and licenced by Serge - the VCF2 is available as a eurorack module. A new switch has been added which determines if the CV-controls are routed to the first (left), second (right) or both filters, bringing even more sonic options than the original.

Some details of the Random*Source Serge VCF2 module:

  • Original Serge design, under licence and in cooperation with Serge Tcherepnin
  • Uses for High-end VCAs
  • Eurorack format (3U), 20 hp
  • Power consumption: 45mA @ +12V, 45mA @ -12V
  • Module depth: < 30mm (1.2")
Complete Module    415 EUR

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