Subdecay M3 Mono Synth Pedal
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This is a pre-owned pedal.
All pre-owned pedals have been tested and are in proper working order. Each pedal is rated for condition on a scale of 1-5 (5=excellent condition/as new; no paint chips or scratches). The rating is for the pedal only. If it comes in the original box, that will be noted in the listing.
The condition of this pedal is rated 5/5. Comes with original box.
3 oscillator monophonic guitar synthesizer.
- 70s style 3 oscillator monophonic synthesizer for guitar, based on the Korg MS-20 synth.
- Eleven oscillator presets.
- Eleven algorithm resets control the filter, amp, LFOs and more
- Fully analog filter with resonance control.
Oscillators: This knob sets between 11 different oscillator selections.
A B & C Saw wave ensembles: The basis for the string machines of the past. Can also capture some horn sounds.
D E & F Basses: A mix of lower frequency saw and PWM waves.
G Fifth: Two oscillators track the input pitch with one oscillator offset by a 5th for that classic 5th synth sound.
H Major Triad: This is more of an ode to 90s electronic music than the 70s. We won’t judge you for using it!
I octaves: Stacked octave saw waves.
J: Two square waves and upper octave 5th: This was a common way synthesizers attempted to capture bell and chime timbers, or even electric piano.
K Stacked Squares: All three oscillators run squarewaves in unison. Perfect for synth leads.
Algorithms: This controls everything else. Filter and Amp envelopes, LFOs, portamento and pitch follow for the filter. Additionally one or more setting can be tweaked with the parameter knob.
1 Wide open: Parameter controls filter offset. The envelopes are wide open with moderate release. This is an example of one of the most simply synth settings.
2 String Envelope: Parameter controls filter offset. A moderate attack with high sustain and near reverb like release. Works well with string oscillator settings.
3 portamento: Parameter controls filter offset. The oscillators will glide smoothly from note to note. A classic synth lead trick that never goes out of style.
4 Decay: Parameter controls filter and amp decay length from just a blip to two seconds.
5 Decay/sustain 1: Parameter controls filter sustain. Another common synth sound. A quick decay that doesn’t decay all the way.
6 Decay/sustain 2: Similar to #5, but slower and brighter.
7 Fade: Parameter controls decay. Wide downward filter sweep.
8 Vibrato: Parameter controls Filter LFO speed. Slow decay with filter modulation.
9 Fast Modulation: Parameter controls Filter modulation speed into the audio range from roughly 2 octaves down to two octaves up. This creates a faux ring modulation effect.
10 Slow attack: Parameter controls amp attack. like a reverse or swell effect. the notes fade in instead of out.
11 Filter Rise: Parameter controls the rise rate. Each note triggers a deep rising sweep of the filter. The Amp fades out as the rise peaks.
Volume: You know what this one does, right? Turn it up to make it louder.
Resonance: Controls the resonance of the filter.
Parameter: Control varies depending on algorithm setting.
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