Way Huge Unveils the Atreides Analog Weirding Module Leave a comment

Way Huge has lifted the veil on its latest stompbox, the Atreides Analog Weirding Module, which serves up an eclectic combination of analog synth and fuzz, plus a broad range of parameters.

Featuring knob-free operation, the Atreides comes with four principal effects: an inbuilt fuzz, a phaser, a sub-octaver, and a synth engine inspired by the 80’s Electro-Harmonix Mini Synthesizer.

Slider controls are marked Vol, Sens, Range, Bright, Fuzz, Rate, and Sub. They allow for sculpting the synth’s envelope, setting the fuzz amount and brightness, setting the phaser speed, and introducing up to two octaves of sub-frequency information. Additionally, a true-bypass footswitch engages the effect.

Using the effects together delivers a plethora of guitar tones spanning from sonorous octave fuzz to fluid, phasing synths. The Atreides is called a “Weirding Module” as a nod to a weapon from the 80’s sci-fi flick Dune. In the film, the Weirding Module can transform specific sounds into attacks.

The Atreides Analog Weirding Module is already available to pre-order for $285.70. Hear it in action on the extensive demo video by JHS owner Josh Scott:

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