This new creation was inspired by a vintage mini-synth pedal and features individual sliders for each parameter.

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The Sleeper has awakened!
The Way Huge Atreides Analog Weirding Module offers a kaleidoscope of organic synth-like tones. Inspired by a vintage 1980 mini-synth keyboard, this consciousness-awakening device produces a monophonic effect with many layers that can be manipulated as needed through dynamic playing technique and adjustment of each of its several sliders. Kicking the footswitch generates an explosion of growly sub-octave, expressive vocal envelope, swooshing phase, and gnarly fuzz sounds. Ascend the high dune and gaze upon an expanding world of musical delights full of pure imagination.

Features:

  • Inspired by a vintage mini-synth keyboard
  • A single effect with many layers
  • Sub, envelope, fuzz, and phase sounds
  • Sliders adjust each parameter
  • Internal switch sets sub at 1 or 2 octaves down
  • Internal pot adjusts phaser feedback
  • MAP: $199.99

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