PLUS Sustain Pedal | GameChanger
The PLUS Pedal is in excellent condition - just a slight mark on the brass pedal. It is more than just a stomp-box – it is a vast extension of your instrument that bridges the gap between rhythm and lead parts, and lets all musicians explore completely new territories.
Besides being a powerful arrangement and compositional tool, The PLUS Pedal can also be used for creating interesting and unique sound effects that would otherwise be impossible to achieve in real-time.
Whether you are a composer, solo performer, sound designer or part of a band – the ability to instantly turn any melodic sound produced by your instrument into a layer of continuous sound will completely change the way you approach music.
A unique audio algorithm developed by GAMECHANGER AUDIO that lets you capture and sample tiny bits of your instrument’s signal in real time and loop them into a seamless, warm and responsive sustained tone.
Unlike existing granular synthesizers and synth-pad triggers, PLUS Pedal actually runs a constant Hi-Res recording of your instrument, and once engaged, the RealTime sampling algorithm instantly creates a circular micro-loop out of the most recent audio signal produced by you.
Think of it as a smart looper that only catches the last segment of your chosen note or chord, and uses it to create a continuous sound.
The resulting layers of sustain can be practically indistinguishable from the original tone of your instrument, and you can further adjust and fine-tune the PLUS Pedal to achieve the exact type of sustain you have imagined.
Tons of adjustable parameters, including volume, fade-in and fade-out speed, tone, number of layers, and a touch-sensitive gradual foot-pedal ensure that you have full control over the PLUS Pedal
Combine the PLUS Pedal with any other effects unit and choose which output signal to link it with – Dry or Wet. For example – you can add any tremolo pedal to the Wet signal and give your sustained tones a cool, pulsating effect.
The WET only mode lets you transform your instrument by removing all dry signal and just playing with layers of sustain.