It's a 3-voice rhythmic pitch shifter capable of adding 3 harmony voices to your instrument.

Los Angeles, CA (July 31, 2019) -- Hedra is a 3-voice rhythmic pitch shifter capable of adding 3 harmony voices to your instrument. Tap tempo synchronized delay is also available for each voice. Pitch glide, micro tuning, 4 individual delay configurations, adjustable pitch correction, and midi keyboard control combine to make Hedra an instrument like no other. Available now in the USA and shipping to Distributors world-wide.

Specs:

  • Selectable Pitch Correction Types to ReVoice your Melodies in RealTime
  • Individual Controls for Pitch and Time Offset for each Voice (3 Voices Total)
  • Micro Tune control creates gentle chorus-like detuning, classic studio fattening, and extreme warping
  • Chromatic or Key Driven Harmony with Selectable Scale Types
  • 4 Delay Line Configurations with unique Feedback Routing
  • Unique Keyboard Control putting a Live Quartet Under your Fingertips
  • Our Original Glide Mode slides between pitches at the speed you choose
  • Choice to sweep through Intervals smoothly or hard step for dramatic pitch effects
  • Switchable Half Speed and Auto Swell for advanced textures
  • Digitally controlled Analog mix control
  • Stereo input and output
  • Switchable input / output headroom level for Guitar or Synth / Line level
  • Expression pedal control over all parameters simultaneously
  • Presets available via external 4-Preset switch or MIDI
  • MIDI in/out over TRS via the EXP jack (presets, automation, beat clock)
  • Premium analog signal path and 24-bit AD/DA w/32 bit floating point DSP

All Meris gear is designed and built in Los Angeles, CA USA.

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Beginner

Beginner

  • Understand the inherent challenges in rhythm guitar playing.
  • Develop new strumming patterns.
  • Cultivate practice strategies to keep yourself motivated.
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