- Analog passive filters
- CV inputs
- Two LFOs
- Infinite feedback switch
- Xdelay function
- Dry/Wet controls
- Pseudo-stereo (1 in-2 outs) or mono mixed sound
Here are audio demos of the Jellyfish in action: Continue reading
Each Minifooger is housed in a cast aluminum enclosure and features a 100% analog signal path, true bypass design, optional battery power, and a single expression pedal input providing hands-free control of one specified parameter within each unit.
“We want people to approach these pedals from an aural standpoint. The sonic capabilities of Minifoogers are extensive, but they are also easy to use. You can just close your eyes, turn knobs, and create modern, vintage, or other worldly sounds,” said Cyril Lance, Chief Engineer Moog Music.
Moog Music is introducing a new line of analog effects pedals – the Minifooger series.
No official announcement has been made on these yet, but here’s the info that’s leaked out: Continue reading
Line 6 has introduced a replacement to their popular POD HD Pro guitar multi-effects processor and studio interface. The new POD HD Pro X (like the recently released POD HD500X) features more DSP processing power than previous incarnations of the interface, allowing musicians greater flexibility for creating complex signal paths and “unique, intricate” tones.
Line 6 notes that the POD Pro X is designed especially for tone exploration. Dynamic DSP gives guitarists a greater element of freedom to decide which effects to use, and where to place those effects in the signal chain. Musicians can now add even more effects than before, opening up “all-new tonal possibilities.”
POD HD Pro X Features Include: Continue reading