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Red Panda Bitcrusher Pedal

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Red Panda has released the Bitcrusher guitar pedal, first in a series of pedals built using the Line 6 ToneCore DSP Developer Kit (TCDDK).

The Red Panda Bitcrusher features sample rate and bit depth reduction, pitch tracking, an LFO, and an envelope follower. It is the only stereo bit crusher available in pedal form, according to the company.

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It costs $85 for the module alone and $175 for a complete stereo pedal. Available directly from redpandalab.com.

For more information on the Red Panda Bitcrusher, check out redpandalab.com/tc-bitcrusher/overview.html and www.youtube.com/user/redpandalab.

The Red Panda Bitcrusher is designed for use with all Line 6 ToneCore pedals and docks.
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