Source Audio Unveils the Ultrawave Multiband Processor Leave a comment

Source Audio delivers a whole new array of futuristic effects with the new Ultrawave Multiband Processor.

Per Source Audio, the unit “embarks on a pioneering journey into the advanced potential of overdrive and tremolo, exploring a brave new universe of sounds yet unheard.”

At the heart of the Ultrawave is an approach called “multiband processing,” which splits the frequency spectrum of bass, guitar, or synth into multiple frequency bands, giving each an individual set of adjustable parameters.

You may split your signal into 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, or 10 frequency bands and use any of the band splitting options in a range of overdrive types, including Diode, Tube, Foldback, Octave Up, and Negative Flip Diode, among others.

Some of the most exciting features include sound morphing, an 8-band graphic equalizer, comprehensive LFO functions, 37 different tape splitting options, and 44 distortion styles. You can easily make the most out of the Ultrawave since other functions are assignable to each controller. For those seeking simplicity, the pedal serves up an extensive array of presets, each with a scientific-themed name and otherworldly effects.

You can hear the Ultrawave Multiband Processor in action with the video demo below. Learn more about the pedal at the Source Audio website.

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