Using the free TonePrint app, you can easily switch between hi-fi polyphonic and old school monophonic modes.

Risskov, Denmark (June 26, 2017) -- Sub ‘N’ Up Mini Octaver is the newest member of the mini-pedal family and as such, it provides the same tonal possibilities as its full-size brother.

Featuring a simple 3-knob layout, the Sub ‘N’ Up Mini is stripped to the bone for a minimal footprint, with Dry, Sub, and Up dials giving you an impressive amount of octaves quickly. Using the free TonePrint app, you can easily switch between hi-fi polyphonic and old school monophonic modes for easy access to all of the tones available in the full-size Sub ‘N’ Up.

TonePrint also gives you access to a wealth of wobbly modulations, allowing you to get gospel organ tones or wacky synth vibes through TC Electronic’s own presets. Or, get inspired by our artist TonePrints and beam in the sound of your heroes with the app.

With a low price point as well as a tiny chassis, this octaver is the cure for tightly crammed pedalboards in need of some sonic substance.

Features:

  • Polyphonic octaver mode with perfect tracking even through complex chords
  • Old school monophonic mode with glitchy synth goodness
  • TonePrint enabled for wobbly modulation tones and artist sounds

Available: June 2017

Price: $99.99 MAP

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