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Dogmatek Releases the Arctic Wolf Twin Modulator

A full stereo, analog/digital-hybrid modulation pedal.

Wellington, New Zealand (November 8, 2017) -- The Arctic Wolf from New Zealand's newest pedal company, Dogmatek, is a full stereo analog/digital hybrid modulation pedal. Its primary function is a phaser, but its capable of much more. From tremolo, ring modulation and even 18dB of boost. With an analog signal path you get lush transparent phasing, digital control, tap tempo, eight presets, and an insane rate range (0.05Hz - 100Hz).

Features:

  • Five selectable waveforms with symmetry control
  • True stereo
  • Tap multiply for faster tapping
  • Save and recall eight settings
  • CV I/O and Expression In for sync with other pedals
  • Selectable stages for subtle to intense effect

Designed to be versatile and easy to use. The Arctic Wolf has two footswitches, a bypass footswitch, and a multi-mode tap tempo/recall footswitch. This allows for on-the-fly recalling of settings without bending down and messing with the pedal. The Arctic Wolf utilizes a rare "pulsed switch" system to create a lush and transparent sound, different form standard LDO and FET phasers.

he Arctic Wolf retails for $349 (street $319) and is available at Dogmatek's webpage.

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