Iron Ether launches the Subterranea pedal
Iron Ether announces the availability of Subterranea, a new guitar and bass pedal that combines octave to multitimbral synth.
Subterranea offers three analog synth voices based on input signal pitch. You can choose the waveform for two of the voices, the third one has a fixe sound and its own low-pass filter. It is also possible to mix all the voices together.
The pedal features an Octave control for sub-octave voice, a filter cutoff frequency adjustment on the octave output, as well as volume controls for the two synth voices (one octave down the input tone and the same tone as the input signal) and the dry signal.
Subterranea uses a relay-based true bypass and requires a 9V DC power supply.
Iron Ether adds that each pedal is hand etched and painted, so pedals will never look the same.
Demos with a bass and a guitar are available at ironether.com.
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