Mu-TronOctavider+ Octave Divider + Fuzz Pedal


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Mu-Tron Octavider+

Expanding upon the power of the Octavider comes Mu-Tron's Octavider+, an octave down pedal with a ringer and fuzz circuit that can add harmonic height and depth to any signal. Based on Mu-Tron's Octave Down pedal, Octavider+ uses an all-analog pathway for mimicking your incoming signal and shifting it an octave down, preserving the tonal and dynamic integrity of the original signal. You can increase the sub octave's likeness to the dry signal by engaging the stabilize switch, locking Octavider's effect even further—this is a system unique to Octaviders.

Not only can you achieve a sub octave, but the ringer circuit engages a distortion-like effect to create an "octave up." On Octavider+, the ringer circuit has a balance control rather than a switch for dialing in the amount you want, and playing more than one note can create special effects such as beating frequencies. The addition of a fuzz circuit really brings out the gnarly and thick nature of adding harmonic height with even more sonically pleasing content, and the variable knob allows you to dial in the perfect amount of fuzz to beef up any sound. With a tone and mix knob to control and balance your sound, Octavider+ from Mu-Tron is an excellent sound design and live performance tool for adding sonic density.

Octavider+ Features

  • Octave down and fuzz pedal
  • Fuzz and octave switches to engage each effect
  • Mix and tone knob for blending dry and wet signals
  • Stabilize switch for further matching musical tone and dynamics of clean signal
  • Ringer knob for dialing in amount of octave up
  • Fuzz knob to increase effect while decreasing output level
  • Dimensions: 4.75″ x 2.5″ x 2.25″
  • Power Specs: 9VDC Center Negative (PSU not included)
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