After the introduction of Synthex, Morphex and Graphex earlier this year, Abstract Data releases Kicker - a low frequency percussion synth. Kick drums, sub drops, bass hits, fat thumps and deep bumps - Kicker drops 'em all.
Abstract Data is an independent UK synth manufacturer run by London-based producer, designer and chief - Justin Owen. Their 100% analog synth designs come in a size not bigger than a guitar stomp box. Very convienent if you want to take them on the road alongside your laptop.
Fitted in a cool chrome-plated case, Kicker is capable of very low frequencies and can be triggered by using line-level Audio or a CV Pulse signal. Six dials allow you to control parameters for both oscillators, such as pitch, sustain and decay. Other than the on/off switch, two other switches let you control attack time and punch - for aggressive, high-impact sounds.
You can hear what Kicker is capable of from Justin's Soundcloud page, and read the manual from here.
Justin would be very pleased if you could take a moment to check them out. "I'm very proud of this build and I really hope you like what you see and hear."