The Dual Dagger is a double-sided weapon, carefully sharpened to chop stereo signals. The module gives independent control over low-pass and high-pass cutoff frequencies, and an assignable resonance is shared on one control.
The Link function turns the dual filter into a band-pass filter, with control over frequency, bandwidth and band edges resonance! The module is carefully calibrated to share the exact same parameters on both audio channels and thanks to the pan function, it is easy to break up the cutoff frequencies of each side up, which leads to a whole new territory of stereo treatments!
Besides all obvious stereo treatment and filtering, the Dual Dagger can used in many creative ways, here are some ideas.
Use a mono source and mix both outputs, you now have a double peak high pass and low pass filter - with resonance engaged, use the pan inputs to control the "distance" between two resonant peaks!
While using only one channel, use the high pass section as a sine wave VCO tracking V/Oct over a few octaves (resonance at max will cause the filter to self-oscillate). In order to create more complex waveforms, use the second channel to fm the PANhp. Now that you have a lot of harmonics, the low pass section will be handy to smooth out the harsh timbre. Another trick is to mix both channels and to use the PANhp as a "detune" parameter between the two sine VCOs
We know a sinewave can be easily turned into a kick drum sound when being FMed by a decaying envelope. Based on that, the Dual Dagger leads to a wide range of kick drums : mix both outputs and use the pan input to detune sections, try with both sections set to be highly resonant, use the resonance input instead of a VCA,...
Our SumDif module is a great companion for this filter as it allows to convert left right stereo to mid side stereo ! Combined with the Dual Dagger you can explore peculiar panning effects while using the pan section which will offset the cut off frequency of the centre signal from the side signal.