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Source Audio are introducing the Soundblox Pro series at the 2010 Winter NAMM.

The line is dsigned to bring a wide range of rack-mounted sounds and control features to a small floor pedal.

Both of the new Soundblox Pro distortion products offer their palate of distortions, plus a clean boost/EQ mode. Each distortion type is customizable via the interface and 7-band graphic EQ. Six user presets are accessible via three footswitches, and a traditional expression pedal input facilitates the morphing from one user preset to another. Plus, each pedal is equipped with a MIDI input, allowing external access to presets and parameters.

The Soundblox Pro Multiwave Distortion offers 23 effect types. “Sounds range from basic tones to aggressive synth-like, octave heavy, and extreme foldback effects that go far beyond traditional distortions, ” the company says.

The Soundblox Pro Classic Distortion features 4 tube amp and 8 fuzz box overdrive tones in the same control format as the Pro Multiwave.

Both pedals are also available in the scaled down, non-programmable, standard Soundblox line. The two product lines are compatible with the Hot Hand Motion Controller, and feature 56-bit Digital Signal Processing (DSP) with 24-bit converters.

Pricing & Availability
MSRP for both the Soundblox Pro Classic and Multiwave Distortion is $299 (street: $219). The Soundblox Classic Distortion is $169 (street: $119). They are available now.

For more information, visit www.sourceaudio.net.
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