Frequency Central proudly announce the release of the ‘System X Filter’. It’s a clone of the Roland System 100M VCF, and uses 4 x CA3080. There’s an additional 12dB/oct output which is 180 degrees out of phase with the 24dB/oct output. Mixing the two outputs will give bandpass.
I’ve been busy developing my own Eurorack based modular synthesiser. Got a whole heap of modules! I’ve developed PCBs for a bunch of vintage Roland 100M based circuits, as well a projects based on the Electric Druid PICs. Forthcoming modules will include Hearn Morley precision VCO and Prophet 5 VCF clone. I’m planning to adapt some of my classic pedal designs into Eurorack format too. PCBs, front panels and complete modules available on request.
Woah! I’ve been shit busy recently, no time to update the site with all the recent goodness….
Got some news, a new UK based distributor in the offing, some new pedals planned for release in the Spring, and I’m also taking the step into working on some Eurorack modular synth modules, also for release in the Spring. Busy time…stay tuned to frequencycentral!
My tame shredmaster is outta town for a while, so here’s my below average self putting the Gemini through it’s paces:
Signal path: Tele Custom (HB) >>> (Big Muff for the driven parts) >>> Gemini >>> Valve Junior >>> Shure SM58 >>> Wavelab
Prymaxe in NJ are now stocking a couple Frequency Central pedals – walk on in, give ’em a try…..
Just finished the prototype today. The sounds and features by far exceed all my expectations. For a full rundown of what this baby can do see the Gemini page of this website.
My good friend and tame shredmaster Rich Russell did some great soundclips for me.
Rich used a USA Fender Telecaster. The amps were driving a Marshall 1936 2×12. No other effects except a little SHO boost for the ‘shredding’ parts, and a touch of reverb. Microphone was a Shure SM58.
The Thermionic soundclips was recorded directly into a Valve Junior set to clean, all the drive you hear is coming from the Thermionic. Rich used a USA Fender Telecaster. No other effects except a touch of reverb. Microphone was a Shure SM58.