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About this item: Based on the Hot Hand™ Wah Filter and Hot Hand™ Phaser/Flanger effects systems, the new Soundblox Tri-Mod Flanger pedal offers 11 flanger effects that redefine how guitarists, keyboard players, and others, use special effects.
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Building on the same high quality sounds as their more expensive predecessors, the Soundblox Tri-Mod Flanger pedal can be controlled by either a Hot Hand™ motion sensor, an LFO(1) or an Envelope Follower(2).
All Soundblox effects feature state-of-the-art 56-bit DSP co-developed with Analog Devices, Inc. and crystal clear 24-bit A/D D/A converters for exceptional sound quality and true active bypass for zero signal degradation.
Get a Soundblox pedal and find out why Premium Guitar says that Source Audio is "redefining the world of guitar effects with the introduction of its new Soundblox pedals..." Controls:
EFFECT: The heart of the Tri-Mod Wah Flanger is the Effects control. A simple turn of this knob selects between: Classic Flanger, Delayed (subtracted from input, producing a hollow sound), Multiple (individually varying, delay lines summed), High (high resonance, peaks only, no notches) Multiple (multiple delays, no resonance), Delayed Signal Only (no flanging effect. This is used for pitch modulation such as vibrato). The type of sounds created can vary dramatically depending on setting, the use of LFO, Envelope, or Hot Hand™. This is one system that practically begs you to experiment and have fun.
FREQUENCY: Turn counter-clockwise to emphasize lower frequencies for dark sounds. Turn clockwise for brighter sounds using higher frequencies. This is also helpful for adjusting the frequency to match another instrument such as bass guitar or keyboard.
DEPTH: This multi-purpose knob controls the drive of the effect and the type of modulation being used. When turned to the left of '0' the effect is driven using an envelope follower. The further the knob is turned counter-clockwise, the more depth. When turned to the right of '0' the effect is driven by LFO. The further to the right, the more LFO depth. If you use the Hot Hand™ controller, this knob is controls how much the filter moves in relation to the motion of the Hot Hand™.
SPEED: Is used to smooth out the input from the Hot Hand™ (or other) sensor, giving you control over the rate of change in signal (attack and decay time). FLAIL provides the slowest effect; PICK provides the fastest.
You get innovation with a ton of features:
11 Flanger sounds (see EFFECTS, above)
3 Modulation Sources: LFO (1), Envelope Follower (2), and Hot Hand™ Motion Sensor
Modern Design featuring rugged construction and a sleek attention grabbing look
State of the art proprietary DSP - 56-bit digital signal processing and crystal-clear 24 bit converters
Motion control capable - using the unique Hot Hand™ motion sensor (sold seperately)
Active Analog Bypass - To ensure ZERO signal degradation
Great size - 7" x 4" x 2" (not including I/O jacks. height includes knobs)
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Manufacturer Part #: SA123
List Price: $159.00
(1) An LFO is a Low Frequency Oscillator (built in to the Soundblox). The LFO are commonly used in effects like phasers, flangers, and choruses. The Tri-Mod Wah allows you to use a variable LFO to drive the effect to create unique sounds.
(2) An Envelope Follower is a built-in mathematical formula that responds to the amplitude (or volume) of the incoming signal to create the wah control.