Hungry RobotWardenclyffe Pitch Modulator

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Hungry Robot Wardenclyffe

Hungry Robot’s Wardenclyffe is an ambient modulator inspired by the lo-fi character of early audio recordings. Named after Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower, the pedal maintains an equally electrifying allure. It can be oriented as a pitch modulator, lowpass or highpass filter, and even as an ambient reverb. Use it as a vibrato, chorus, or even a reverb—everything required for crackly lo-fi glory.

Wardenclyffe Features

  • Lo-fi ambient reverb
  • Pitch modulator, lowpass and highpass filter, and ambient pad reverb
  • Can be used for vibrato or chorus duties
  • Dedicated controls for Wet and Dry blending, HP/LP, Filter, Pad, LFO/Glitch, Depth, and Speed
  • Wet governs the overall volume of the corresponding signal and can be pushed into unity gain
  • Dry increases the volume of the corresponding signal and can achieve matched unity gain
  • HP/LP switches between the two filter types
  • Filter blends between clean and filtered signals
  • Pad initiates submix reverb
  • LFO/Glitch: assigns modulation source for pitch bending
  • Depth: governs depth of pitch bend modulation
  • Speed: dictates speed of pitch bending modulation
  • Dimensions: 4.7 x 3.7 x 1.96”
  • Power Specs: 9VDC Center Negative PSU (not included)
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