Re: [AH] Frostwave SSM ???

From prototek
Sent Wed, Jun 20th 2007, 06:31

    emulatorarchive.com has a PCB for a LP VCF lifted right out of the app
notes of the SSM 2040. Of course you need to source the chip if you want it
to work! Here's the link:
http://www.emulatorarchive.com/Modules/E-mu_Systems/AM2101/am2101.html

    The rational way would probably be to just get the MOTM clone. The
emulator archive stuff looks very cool though.

    Regards,
    John


On 6/19/07 9:46 PM, "dj hohum" <djhohum@gmail.com> wrote:

> While the debate for the most glorious filter rages on, it's pretty
> well accepted that the 2040 and the 2044 do NOT sound the same.
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> The original emulator used the 2044, the emulator II used the 2045. As
> has already been pointed out, the Deopfer 105 is a 2044 in a module.
> The 2045 is a VCF/VCA combo chip similar to the CEM 3372. It might be
> the 2044 + 2 vcas, or, something else, perhaps Paul S. knows the
> details of the internals.
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> I'm also fairly sure that the MOTM is a discrete design and does not
> use the 2040 VCF.  I believe J=FCrgen Haible has a discrete clone design
> on his website and you can also see another design based on this on
> Rene Schmitz's site.
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> http://www.uni-bonn.de/~uzs159/rs2040.png
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> If you want a REAL 2040 filter then you can get one if you find the
> right octave cat. Since it has an external filter input and, I
> believe, CV input for the filter, you can use it fairly easily.
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> So, in summary, 2044, easy and cheap to get. Real 2040, expensive and
> hard to get, clone 2040, expensive and easy to get.
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> Hope that helps.
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> On 6/19/07, Matthew Davidson <matthew@blank.org> wrote:
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>> On Jun 19, 2007, at 8:58 PM, ... snafu ... wrote:
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>>> is there a box out there, that recaptures the sound of the SSM
>>> filters like they were built in to the emulator2 and others?
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>> Doepfer A-105
>> http://www.doepfer.de/a105.htm
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