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Source Audio Introduces the Dual Expression Pedal

May 21, 2012
Woburn, MA (May 21, 2012) -- Source Audio, innovators of the award winning Hot Hand Motion Controlled Effects and the Soundblox Bass Envelope Filter, are expanding their Utility line
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Source Audio Programmable EQ Pedal Review

April 6, 2012
The Programmable EQ is more than just another run-of-the-mill tool for fiddling with frequencies.
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NAMM '12 - Source Audio Soundblox 2 Dimension Reverb Demo

February 17, 2012
PG's Charles Saufley is On Location in Anaheim, CA, for the 2012 NAMM Show where he visits the Source Audio booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear a demo of Source Audio's new Soundblox 2 Dimension Reverb and HotHand Controller.
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Source Audio Announces the Soundblox 2 Series

January 13, 2012
The new line of pedals boasts a variety of new features in a compact, rugged cast-aluminum housing.
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Source Audio Releases Programmable EQ

October 6, 2011
It features four savable presets, an 18dB range over eight frequency bands, up to 12dB of clean boost, MIDI input, and a tremolo-like auto-scrolling feature.
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Summer NAMM '11 - Source Audio Soundblox Pro Bass Envelope Filter and Hot Hand Wireless

July 24, 2011
PG's Joe Coffey is On Location in Nashville, TN, for the 2011 Summer NAMM Show where he visits the Source Audio booth. In this segment, Will Cady shows us the company's latest pedal: the Soundblox Pro Bass Envelope Filter.
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Source Audio Soundblox Bass Envelope Filter Pedal Review

March 15, 2011
If you’re a bass player itching to add extra flavor to your playing, the Soundblox has the means to do it.
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NAMM - Source Audio Bass & Guitar Envelope Filters

February 1, 2011
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location at the 2011 NAMM Show where she visits the Source Audio booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear demos of their new Bass & Guitar Envelope Filters.
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Source Audio Soundblox Pro Classic Distortion Pedal Review

May 18, 2010
Source Audio''s Soundblox Pro Classic Distortion, which features a number of famous distortion tones, is reviewed.
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NAMM-Source Audio Multiwave Distortion Demo & More

February 18, 2010
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Anaheim, CA, for the 2010 NAMM Show where she visits the Source Audio booth. In this segment, we get to see three of their newest effects pedals -- the Multiwave Bass Distortion, Multiwave Distortiong (guitar) and the Classic Distortion.

The Soundblox Multiwave Bass Distortion features the same multi-band process that made the original Multiwave guitar pedal so popular, but this time, the Source Audio engineers adapted the process to compliment the unique frequency range of the bass guitar. Multi-band processing divides a signal into multiple bands then distorts them individually, giving musicians unprecedented levels of sound clarity and note articulation. Bassists can effectively combine complex chords and intervals with distorted tones?the Multiwave eliminates the mush and allows each note to ring clear and true.

Users have access to 23 distinct and modern sounding distortions that go far beyond traditional sounds. They range from normal, for a somewhat traditional distortion curve, to extreme foldback and octave settings for more aggressive and synth-like tones. Each distortion type is further customizable via the drive control, and separate clean and distorted level knobs. This advanced sound control alleviates the tendency for low-end reduction associated with most bass distortion units. The Multiwave Bass is also compatible with the Hot Hand? motion controller, adding even more expressive possibilities.

The Multiwave Distortion features 21 distinctive and modern effects not found on typical distortion pedals. Based on new proprietary algorithms, these range from basic overdrive sounds to aggressive synth-like, octave heavy and extreme foldback settings that go far beyond emulations of typical classic distortions.

The Multiwave Distortions unique Multi-Band mode divides the input signal into several frequency bands, which are distorted separately before being re-combined. Guitarists can play complex distorted chords and each note can be heard with absolute clarity. Several notes can feed back or drone simultaneously while a separate melody is played on top without the typical loss of volume associated with most of other types of distortion. The Multiwave Distortion is also compatible with the Hot Hand? motion sensor. When connected, Hot Hand controls the amount of gain.

The Soundblox Classic Distortion packs 4 tube amp and 8 fuzz box overdrive tones plus a Clean Boost/Tone mode into one compact and easy to use pedal. Unlike other products, which attempt to digitally clone, model or emulate vintage gear, the organic tones of the Soundblox Pro Classic Distortion are the result of a five-year listening study and iterative algorithm design process involving over 40 classic pedals and extensive artist evaluation. Plus, the Classic Distortion is Hot Hand? ready for even more expressive capabilities.

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