Synth-1 Reverse Attack Fuzz Wave Generator by Keeley Electronics
From unnatural fuzz noises to pseudo-harmonic, random glitchy counterpoint, the Keeley Synth-1 makes you the Master of the Art of Noise.
was last modified: July 29th, 2019 by Patrick O'Brien
This is the Deep Animation and it's so good it hurts. This crazy goofball responds to how you play, enveloping and filter sweeping and overdriving. Finally, the perfect wave-thumping bass moving with how hard you hit your strings.
was last modified: April 18th, 2019 by Patrick O'Brien
Procession Reverb by Old Blood Noise Endeavors
Out of the hazy, sand blown distance, something comes forth. Moving slowly, moving softly, it is seen and just as quickly lost. It echoes in the open air, a voice on the wind. It’s a Procession. A cavalcade making its way through the deserts of a distant planet. The sounds of another world. Or something along those lines.
was last modified: November 28th, 2018 by Patrick O'Brien
Happiness by Dwarfcraft
Dwarfcraft Devices is ready to spread some Happiness, in the form of a multi-mode filter pedal, packed to the gills with features. Happiness opens a new world of synth inspired tones and textures with low pass, band pass, and high pass filtering.
was last modified: February 8th, 2018 by Patrick O'Brien