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We are very happy to announce the Special Edition of our beloved 'Origami Filter'. ⚡️

There are only 13 exclusive units and production was completely handmade in our workshop, from assembling the plate to punching each letter on the box.

In addition to the unique look, we've modified the response of the envelope, making it more linear, and added two new LFO waveforms (Random Square Wave and Random Triangular Wave).

This edition comes with an exclusive manual/poster and a certificate of authenticity numbered and signed by our entire team.

Origami Filter is a powerful frequency manipulation tool.

It offers total control over intensity, frequency, and resonance. There are 4 types of filters (Low-Pass, High-Pass, Band-Pass, and Notch) and three operation modes (Envelope, LFO, and fixed frequency). Tap tempo for the LFO and  expression pedal input/CV control. The Origami sounds great on any instrument and it is a powerful weapon for any pedalboard or studio.


Mistura (Blend)
Filter toggle:
Low Pass
High Pass
Band Pass
Ressonância (Resonance)
Freq/Envelope Toggle
Sensitivity (Envelope)
Decay Toggle (Envelope)
   - 470ms
   - 1,5s
Up/Down Toggle (Envelope)
Tempo (LFO)
LFO Wave Shape - (Upward Ramp, Downward ramp, Triangle, Sine, Square)
TAP Tempo subdivision toggle (x1, x2, x3,  /2, /3)
EXP Input - Freq.
EXP Input- Tempo
Input- ENV



Dimensions: 121mm x 145mm x 57mm
Current draw: 40mA
Voltage and polarity: 9VDC (center negative)
Polyester Capacitors: Wima
Ceramic Capacitors: Vishay, Samsung e Wurth
Eletrolytchal Capacitors: Nichicon e Wurth
Potentiometers: Alpha e Tayda
1/4"jack: Rean Neutrik
Lumberg power jack


Complete Description: 

Origami Filter is a powerful frequency manipulation tool. It is capable of boosting or cutting all the audible frequencies with 3 different operation modes: Envelope, Fixed Frequency or LFO. With Origami, you got total control over intensity, frequency and resonance (Q) and 4 types of filter (Low-Pass, High-Pass, Band-Pass, and Notch).

The Origami contains a high-fidelity active filter, known as biquad KHN (State Variable Filter). This analog filter is present in various audio equipments as well as in classic pedals circuits: the Mutron III, the Anderton Super Tone Control and many of the Music From Outer Space (MFOS) synthesizers designed by Ray Wilson.

The biquad KHN (State Variable Filter) in the Origami offers 4 kinds of filters:
Low Pass - Only frequencies below a certain point (cutoff) can pass without any attenuation;

High Pass - Only frequencies above a certain point (cutoff) can pass without any attenuation;

Band Pass - Only the range between two specific frequencies can pass without any attenuation;

Notch - creates an attenuation range between two frequencies. You have control over intensity (blend between clean signal and filtered signal), filter resonance (how pronounced the boost near the cutoff frequency is), and 4 kinds of filters. Besides that, the frequencies boosted or cut can be controlled in 3 possible ways:

Envelope - Envelope follower is a circuit that detects the intensity of the input signal in order to activate the frequency sweep. In other words, it changes the filter cutoff frequency according to the dynamics of your instrument. You can control the detection sensitivity, the decay time (470ms to 1,5s) and choose between upward or downward sweeps. You can also set the sweep starting point with the knob FREQ.

Fixed frequency - Defines the frequencies that are going to be boosted or cut statically, by the position of the knob FREQ. This parameter can also be controlled via an Expression pedal/CV.

LFO - Low-Frequency Oscillator that modulates a parameter periodically. Found in Tremolo, Phaser, Vibe, and Chorus circuits, the LFO is anindispensable resource to get to certain tones. In the Origami, o LFOmodulates the filter cutoff frequency periodically, and its time can becontrolled by the TEMPO knob or via TAP. You can also select the oscillator waveform (Upward ramp, downward ramp, sine, triangle, square).

The knobs FREQ (ENV mode) and Tempo (LFO mode) can also be controlled via an expression pedal or CV.

The envelope in the Origami can also be activated by an external signal connected to the ENV input. You can connect anything that generates a signal: a string instrument, a drum machine, a synthesizer, or the signal coming from another pedal and sync the filter sweep based on that. This is a popular technique in the modular synth world and it opens a wide spectrum of possibilities for live and studio applications.

With four types of filters, complete control over Intensity and Resonance, three operation modes, and expression or CV control, the Origami Filtro pros to be a powerful tool for your pedalboard or studio. Pair it with any instrument or piece of audio equipment to find amazing and unique sounds.