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Can I the smooth Mutator effect with 2xMF101?? Analog Processors (HW)
Old 5th November 2007
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Can I the smooth Mutator effect with 2xMF101??

Hi Everyone,

As much as I love the sound of the Mutator I just can't afford it being 667pounds = $AU1400. What I did come across is the Moog MF101. After hearing some samples it sounded pretty smooth at a cheap price.

Could anyone tell me if this would work. If I connect a MF101 on each L & R of my sound source. Then connect a sine source for example to the the cutoff input to act as a LFO(or would I need to send it as a CV not sure on theory behind the control). Would I then get that smooth stereo filter effect the mutator gets?? My main aim is to get the filtered house sound.

Also to the users of MF101 does it really have a smooth silky filter sound? Heard the samples on the site and sounded like it but want to be sure.


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