switchable resonance character with optional ‘Solid bass’ behaviour.
switchable filter slope: 12 or 24dB/Oct
pleasantly saturating input stage and resonance with higher levels
linear and exponential FM options
envelope and modulation inputs with independent attenuvertors
soft-touch knobs and quality hardware (mostly Alps)
"After discovering analog synths, modulars and the beautiful original and cloned analog filters of Moog, Korg, Roland, Sequential, and the likes I felt I wanted to try something a little different and see if I could come up with something that sounds unique and musical in its own right, rather than being a retake on proven circuits from the past. Furthermore, I was hoping to overcome dependency on (nearly) obsolete components, and benefit from the quality of modern components.
The core of the Nucleus contains a newly designed operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) circuit, built from discrete transistors. While there are technically superior alternatives, a discrete circuit excels in providing a warmer and more lively sound.
Neutral – Classic resonance, reminiscent of vintage 4-pole designs. Inherently with a loss of low-end at high resonance.
Q-comp – Similar to neutral, but compensated for loss of low-end. Providing a firm and stable resonant sound, with slightly different saturation character.
K-style – The beefiest of all modes, with a thick mid range and fat low-end, and an aggressive resonant sound.
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