The Defibrillator is based on the legendary Korg MS20 filter, and the Analogue Solutions SY02 module. Each circuit is independent. They can easily be linked in series using the Link switches, or used separately in parallel for individually processing — or stereo filter effects. The Defibrillator comes with a Doepfer style power cable. Screws are not included.

The Defibrillator ships in two design schemes:  Plain and Bloody (awesome).

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The Defibrillator is based on the legendary Korg MS20 filter, and the Analogue Solutions SY02 module. Each circuit is independent. They can easily be linked in series using the Link switches, or used separately in parallel for individually processing — or stereo filter effects. The Defibrillator comes with a Doepfer style power cable. Screws are not included.

The Defibrillator ships in two design schemes: Plain and Bloody (awesome).

The first filter has two inputs, In1 is level adjustable. Filter 1 can be switched between low-pass and high pass. Filter 2 is a low pass filter. If you couple this with the link-switch, the filters are connected in series producing a band-pass filter or a low pass 24db filter.

Another switch is linked to the output of the second filter, to the VCA. The volume is adjusted with the Level control. The VCA can be bypassed via a switch.

All parameters are set with red illuminated sliders.

3 Independent Modules In One:
Switchable 12dB Low/High Pass Filter
12db Low Pass Filter (when combined in series)
24dB Low Pass Filter
12dB Band Pass Filter

VCF1: two audio inputs (one variable), cutoff CV input, audio output
VCF2: audio input, cutoff CV input, audio output
VCA: audio input, CV input, audio output VCF1: two audio inputs (one variable), cutoff CV input, audio output
VCF2: audio input, cutoff CV input, audio output
VCA: audio input, CV input, audio output

3U Eurorack module
38HP wide
25mm deep.
285g weight.
Power consumption 15mA at 12V and 28mA at-12V.

*Note: Medic Modules do not require the optional 5V power rail when used in Doepfer cases.

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