Koma Elektronik is working on an expression controller which is like a motion sensor stompbox filter for guitarists and producers, called the Koma BD101.
The CV signal of the onboard expression controller will be an output on the patchbay. This way you can control some of the onboard functions of the pedal without touching it. For instance, when you use the Delay & Gating pedal, you can control the LFO speed, gate amount, delay time & feedback of the effect, while playing your instrument.
The BD101 (and several other pedals as well) will be available in the fall of this year. The video below shows us more about the 'expression control' of the BD101.
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