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SSM 24/dB Low Pass Filter
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SSM 24/dB Low Pass Filter

I have an MPC Live that I’d like to make sound as close as I can to an Emulator II. Does anyone know if a pedal form of this filter exists?
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Nvm. This will probably do the trick.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/det...SABEgIrWvD_BwE
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Gonna take alot more than just the SSM filter to make it sound like an EII, just sayin..
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Gonna take alot more than just the SSM filter to make it sound like an EII, just sayin..
Haha yea I figured. I could do with a bitcrusher and some other things and really try to nail it, but I’m all hardware and I’m at the very least looking to run samples through an analog filter.
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Haha yea I figured. I could do with a bitcrusher and some other things and really try to nail it, but I’m all hardware and I’m at the very least looking to run samples through an analog filter.
The SSM is a pretty nice one at that. I have the Doepfer one in my modular, I love it.

Ahh youre all hardware? If you ever dive into the MPC Software that came with it, theres always TAL Sampler. Its like $50 or so and has models of a few different converters, one of which is the Emulator II. Its a pretty basic sampler, but its got way more under the hood than the MPC one does. It actually has a modulation matrix so you can use the LFOs and envelopes (it has multiple too) on anything. Akai needs to take a look at it if they ever update the sampler in the MPC, it would be great if they updated it with the same features heh.
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The SSM is a pretty nice one at that. I have the Doepfer one in my modular, I love it.

Ahh youre all hardware? If you ever dive into the MPC Software that came with it, theres always TAL Sampler. Its like $50 or so and has models of a few different converters, one of which is the Emulator II. Its a pretty basic sampler, but its got way more under the hood than the MPC one does. It actually has a modulation matrix so you can use the LFOs and envelopes (it has multiple too) on anything. Akai needs to take a look at it if they ever update the sampler in the MPC, it would be great if they updated it with the same features heh.
-_- thats what I’m really gassing over! But, modular... haha I’ve heard great things about TAL Sampler. Thanks for the suggestion!
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+1 for the Doepfer. It's one of the least expensive but favorite filters. I feed it my hardwired synths as well. Simple jack-minijack cables do the trick. You might want to add an amp of sorts in the chain, to bring out the beast.
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Yeah, the Doepfer one is fantastic. I sold mine and miss it every day.
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if you want to get an akai sort of closer to Emulator II sound, i would at least start with one that has similar transposition algorithm (divide by n). for example: Akai S950. and then think about filters.

ssm2044 and 2045 do sound different but still 2044 is a good way to go if you plan to get in the ballpark via external single end process. of course, its not the same like having a filter per voice, and filter adsr per voice etc, but can still prove interesting.
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