Frequency Central - Seismograf SD

Product information "Frequency Central - Seismograf SD"
Versatile Drum module with 8 vintage sounds. Base Drum variant. Seismograf is a PIC based drum module featuring coding by Jetroid. There is currently a choice of two PICs which may be used with Seismograf, "BD" and "SD". As you might expect, BD contains a range of 8 bass drums, while SD contains a range 8 of snare drums. The drum sounds are 10 bit encodings of some of our favourite electronic kits from yesteryear (see chart below). It is not possible for the user to load their own sounds onto Seismograf PICs, but there is a chance that we may release alternative drum sets as the years roll (!) by.

• Sound 1 808
• Sound 2 808
• Sound 3 909
• Sound 4 SDSV
• Sound 5 LM1
• Sound 6 DMX
• Sound 7 CR78
• Sound 8 DM55

THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 30
Current draw -12 V [mA]: 2
DIY Level: Easy
Depth [mm]: 35
Width [HP]: 4
Format: 3U
Panel / Color: Black Alu
Manufacturer "Frequency Central"

Hey there synth buddies! It’s me, Rick of Frequency Central! I founded this great company in 2009, at first building and selling submini tube guitar amplifiers and boutique effects pedals. By 2011 I’d designed our first Eurorack module. Since that time, I and my small but trusty team of collaborators have endeavoured to crank out a range of fun and exciting Eurorack modules and accessories. By 2015 we’d dipped our toes into MU modular, we are now expanding further into that format. Late 2019 sees the launch of our reworked website, and even a return to our guitar effects roots. But…..none of this would be possible without you! We love you, and we think you are awesome. It is our pleasure to design fun and useful sonic toys to titillate your ears. Thank you so much for coming here, let’s hang out, turn the volume up to 3.1415926 and annoy the hell out of the neighbours.

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