This kid is scoring in a bound scorebook. Score keeping isn’t dead. It’s alive and well in the upper deck at #nats park. (at Nationals Park)
Ballgame on the edge of forever
The Polivoks VCF sounds like a space cat halfway between purring and growling before it either sits at your feet or eats you alive.
The Harvestman Model R-1982: Polivoks VCF. This thing is more unstable than Chernobyl. Love the growl on this filter. Here, I’m running the 3 sawtooth oscillators, slightly detuned, of the Volca Bass through it.
The Polivoks is probably not the sort of thing you want to use as your everyday “bread and butter” VCF. But if you’re looking for grit and a bit of distortion in with the bargain, this is the thing you want to get. At high resonance the filter self-oscillates uncontrollably—you have been warned.
The #eurorack #synth Grows. The harvestman model R-1982: the #polivoks VCF. Self oscillation is ridiculous. Soviet circuits, what.
This is a floating Bluetooth speaker. It’s suspended above its base thanks to an electromagnet and can play music from any Bluetooth source. It’s called the Om One. It also looks really cool. If…
In space, this is what the rotating tweeter on a Leslie amp would be.