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> I was quite suprised at how similar I could get these two filters to soundThis is important to note! The '420 is designed ∗on purpose∗ to overload the
> with low level inputs.
> I just used the sawtooth output of the MOTM 300 asCorrect.
> input to both filters. With no resonance on either filter, the difference
> between the slopes was evident though. I could hear more harmonics coming
> through on the MOTM.
>The '420's Q is a function of the input level. High high input levels, the Q
> Both filters seemed to have non-linearities as the resonance was cranked.
> I can't quite describe the character of each in words but both were very
> cool sounding.
>Nice to hear that the humble '420 is holding it's own against Dr. Bob.
> Maybe another way of describing the difference was
> that the MOTM sounded more "muscular" than the Moog when overloaded.
> Again, both were very musically useful and interesting.
> I tried using a sample & hold with a slow sawtooth input on both filters
> get them jumping around the frequencies to hear differences. I was againThe upcoming '440 will 'beeoooww' as well.
> surprised at the similar sound I could get out of the MOTM at low input
> levels. The Moog sounded a tad bit better in this situation wtih the
> resonance cranked getting just a bit more of the classic strong "beeoow"
> sweep sound.