Dwarfcraft Unveils the Happiness Multi-Mode Filter and LFO

Dwarfcraft Devices is ready to spread some Happiness.

Eau Claire, WI (July 11, 2016) -- Dwarfcraft Devices is ready to spread some Happiness in the form of a multi-mode filter pedal. Happiness opens a new world of synth-inspired tones and textures.


  • Low pass, band pass, and high pass filter modes
  • Modulate the filter with an internal LFO or external CV
  • Scramble feature is akin to a “sample and hold”
  • Expression jacks for filter cutoff and LFO speed
  • CV in and out
  • Converts standard 9v power supply to +/-12V for seamless integration with Eurorack modular synth systems

PEDAL will retail for $275 and will be ready to ship in August

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