didn't know of this filter, at the mutable instruments site it states:
"the resonance loudness compensation circuit brings a slight tone coloration reminiscent of the Roland SH/Jupiter filters, with a very round and “liquid” resonance."
the DCO-60 is a juno-106 emulation.
i have also the jup-8 V3, tends to be more to the ripples functionality.
they are different ripples and the roland filter me thinks.
EDIT: the jup-8 V3 seems to have kraftwerk bass presets.. (i use the thing, but make my own presets, never really played a lot of presets, for fun, nice preset.) but this won't help you, i don't have the time now, to a/b them with the reference you suggested. but it has that resonance, the jup-8 v3.
perhaps try the DCO-60 VCF? didn't try it yet. it seems another filter, 24 dB, 4 pole.
never knew the difference between the jupiters and juno's....
EDIT: perhaps this means cherry audio can make a jupiter style VCF?
perhaps there is a VST around. the drop has: Cascade circuit topology, IR3109 OTA core, P-MOS buffers, OTA to limit resonance (eg JP8 / Juno 6)
and Cascade circuit topology, IR3109 OTA core, P-MOS buffers, hard diode clipper to limit resonance (eg SH2 SH101).
i always look at filter designs, but i forget them within a day....
but if the filter of the juno 6 is based on the jupiter 8, perhaps??
EDIT 2: vcv rack isn't that also java based, i mean the modules? another SDK of course.
EDIT 3: https://tal-software.com/products/tal-filter
use it in the plugin host, that's why i have some fiter vst effects.. never tried this one.