Audio Damage Intros Freqshift Eurorack Frequency Shifter Module

audio-damage-ADM04Audio Damage has introduced Freqshift – a Eurorack frequency shifter module.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Unlike the more common pitch shifter, which raises or lower the pitch of a sound by some ratio (such as an octave or a fifth), frequency shifters add a specific frequency ( 321Hz, for example) to the signal and all of its harmonics. This alters the timbre of the sound in a manner unlike other familiar effects processors.

Freqshift replaces complex analog circuitry with calibration-free digital processing, delivering a frequency shifter in a compact, flexible, but economically priced Eurorack module.


  • SHIFT control goes from 1000Hz down to 6000Hz up, with a scaled section near the 12-o’clock point to enable easily adjusting the ‘sweet spot’ small shift values.
  • REGEN control is bi-polar. Clockwise feeds back up-shifted signal only, while anti-clockwise feeds back the down-shifted signal only.
  • MIX control is bi-polar. Clockwise mixes in both the up and down shift, while anti-clockwise mixes in only the knob’s shift value.
  • CV control of all parameters.
  • 8HP panel size.
  • Skiff-friendly 20mm depth.
  • 60ma current draw.

Here’s an audio demo of Freqshift in action:

The ADM04 Freqshift is priced at US $189.00. See the Audio Damage site for more info.

5 thoughts on “Audio Damage Intros Freqshift Eurorack Frequency Shifter Module

  1. are these paid advertisements?… there are a whole lot more interesting modules being released in eurorack right now. No offense to Audio Damage, just curious as to how this site gets by

  2. i think Audio Damage is going for the glitch bending crowd rather than the pro studio — low cost simple design – it’s not a RS-240 … but that dog’ll hunt.

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