Dwarfcraft Devices Grazer

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Dwarfcraft Devices

The crazy-cool Grazer Granular Repeated guitar effect pedal from Dwarcraft Devices serves up some weird sonic insanity by sampling tiny snippets of your input signal and then repeating them as you play. You can set the size of the micro samples (or “grains”) via a dedicated control knob or with an external expression pedal. There’s also a Pitch knob that lets you push the grain pitch up high for crazy computer beeps, a Mix knob for dialing in how much you want the dry and wet signals to blend, and a toggle that controls forward and reverse playback.

Brand: Dwarfcraft Devices

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  • Did you ever wonder what it would sound like if a machine took micro-samples (or “grains”) of your input and repeated some of them as you played? Oh, the machine also sometimes just loops some grains! Wow, I thought I was the only one!
  • Wait, did you also hope to define the sample length via knob or expression pedal? Shift the grains pitches up so high they become a supersonic computer weapon?
  • If you also wished to toggle between forward and reverse playback, and have a foot switch to repeat the grains at any time, for as long as you hold the switch… then we are in some serious sci-fi stuff right now.
  • Power Requirements= 75mA
  • Enclosure Size = 4.7″ x 3.7″ x 2.2″

Details: Did you ever wonder what it would sound like if a machine took micro-samples (or “grains”) of your input and repeated some of them as you played? Oh, the machine also sometimes just loops some grains! Wow, I thought I was the only one! Wait, did you also hope to define the sample length via knob or expression pedal? Shift the grains pitches up so high they become a supersonic computer weapon? This is getting weird… if you also wished to toggle between forward and reverse playback, and have a foot switch to repeat the grains at any time, for as long as you hold the switch… then we are in some serious sci-fi stuff right now. Yikes. Anyway, that’s what the Grazer does. Power Requirements= 75mA. Enclosure Size = 4.7″ x 3.7″ x 2.2.”

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    Fun to use but not essential

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