Source Audio will introduce no less than 12 new products at NAMM 2015 this month, including stereo chorus and expression pedals.
With the Gemini Chorus and Reflex pedals, Source Audio will debut the new One Series as well as the Neuro programing software for Mac and PC and app for iOS and Android that allow for extending the number of settings and the sound possibilities for each pedal. You can then program new presets and store them in the pedal memories.
The Gemini Chorus is a true stereo (dual output) triple effect (single-voice Classic, Dual and Quad). Along with the voice switch, it features depth, speed, tone and mix knobs.
Source Audio will also introduce Reflex, a programable universal expression pedal equipped with 5-pin DIN MIDI In and Out and three 1/4” outputs, each with a DIP switch, so that you can send standard expression or voltage control signals, MIDI continuous controller messages as well as six LFO waveforms. You can program which outputs are active, the expression signal depth and direction as well as the decay curve. You can also control the LFO speed and store up to 128 pedal setup presets that can be recalled via the built-in control panel or MIDI program change messages. Reflex also features a class compliant USB port to communicate with the Neuro apps.
Source Audio will unveil more new products in the next few days before NAMM, we’ll evidently keep you posted.
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