Frequency Central releases the High Towers clock machine offering division, logic, sequencing and other clock based utilities while I accidentally leak the Logic Bomb and Reset Simulation.
It’s a programmable and addressable 4 channel voltage controlled clock divider or more simply put it’s a super-flexible clock machine. Take in a clock signal and then send it out of 4 outputs which can be assigned different clock divisions. High Towers internally divides the incoming clock pulses by 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 and 128. You can set the division using the knobs, a bit of CV or internal presets. It also comes pre-programmed with 8 different direction models. The direction models select whether High Towers counts up, down, up/down, or various combinations of up and down.
It’s not particularly sexy as modules go but for CV controlled clock wrangling it can be very useful indeed.
High Towers is available now for £160 and you can get it assembled or as a kit.
Logic Bomb and Reset Simulation
Meanwhile their forthcoming Logic Bomb and Reset Simulation modules were still under wraps when I talked about them with Steve from modular DIY shop Thonk.co.uk in a recent Live Stream interview.
These are logic-based modules that are the sorts of things that knit the chaos of modular together. Steve mentions how Frequency Central are really good at focusing on the core features of a module and producing stuff that works exactly as it’s supposed to. We have no further details on them at this time other than you can see the logical possibilities that they offer. We talk about them and logic generally in the video below at around the 1 hour 30 minute mark.