The Showroom is closed due to COVID-19. All online orders are shipping normally with UPS.
Menu

Octave Theory Subdecay

En stock

So what the heck is octave modulation? The octave theory seamlessly crossfades between octaves. Paired with an awesome filter this creates a multitude of possibilities. like 8 bit chiptune sounds, classic guitar synth, super sub bass tones and the world’s first ever shepard tone guitar synthesizer.

219,00

Octave Theory
ajouté au panier avec succès


Total :
Il y a produits dans votre panier.
Les frais de port seront calculés lors de votre commande.

Total produits

  • Description
  • Garantie
  • Livraison
  • Retour
  • Avis client

Subdecay Octave Theory

So what the heck is octave modulation? The octave theory seamlessly crossfades between octaves. Paired with an awesome filter this creates a multitude of possibilities. like 8 bit chiptune sounds, classic guitar synth, super sub bass tones and the world’s first ever shepard tone guitar synthesizer.

With great power…

An array of knobs covered many early 1980s synthesizers. This gave you the power to create a wide range of sounds. Of course, on some settings the synthesizer wouldn’t make a sound, would go into uncontrollable oscillation, or make weird noises. Sometimes the weird noises weren’t the weird noises you expected.

While many guitarists enjoy tweaking and honing their tone most of us don’t have that level of patience for fiddling with a matrix of interactive settings. The Octave Theory strikes the perfect balance giving you the power to create your own sound without endless knob tweaking or (gasp!) a tedious menu driven interface.

The Filter:

Resonant filter inspired by the Korg MS20. Like the MS20 the resonance knob can push the Octave Theory into oscillation. Most guitar synth pedals won’t let you go there. They think you can’t handle so much raw power. To be fair many of those filter oscillation sounds can get shrill or overbearing. If you keep the filter frequency low you can give your synth tones some growl. Use this power responsibly.

AMP vs. Filter priority and envelopes.

OT marker settingsADSR envelopes are a mainstay of synthesizers. While lacking full external ADSR control an internal ADR (Attack/Decay/Release) envelope is generated to control the oscillator output level. (AMP – synthspeak for modulating the oscillator output level.)

AMP Priority (white marker): In modes with the white marker the decay knob gives you full control of the AMP decay. In these modes the filter also follows the ADR envelope at a fixed depth. This allows you to make notes decay quickly and gracefully. Turning the knob up allows for longer decay times.

Filter Priority (green marker): In green marker modes the filter follows an envelope generated by the strength of the input. (The same way envelope filters work) The depth knob controls how much influence the the input envelope has over the filter. When in filter priority the internal ADR envelope is fixed with infinite decay time.

Octave Modulation:

Modulate your octaves in four ways. LFO modulation, envelope modulation, shepard tone, or manual mode.

LFO: This is where you’ll find the chiptune sounds, especially with the square and double square wave modes.
In the triangle, square and double square modes the filter follows the internal ADR and the freq knob. In random Mode the filter follows the LFO. The octave mod knob controls the LFO speed.

Envelope: Playing dynamics modulate the octave cross fade.  The octave mod knob controls the envelope’s overall influence.

Shepard Tone:  As you work your way up the guitar neck playing higher notes, the octave cross fade descends. When set = modes playing one octave higher will produce the same note. You can play up the neck forever and arrive at the same pitch whether you are playing an open low E or the high E string on the twelfth fret. In  modes the output pitch will get lower and lower as you play higher up the neck. In all shepard tone modes the oct. mod knob manually controls the octaves from several octaves down to several octaves up.

Manual mode: This is most similar to our original guitar synth pedal, the Octasynth, but with the most requested feature added. Instead of the Octasynth’s blend control which only allowed for one or two octaves down, the oct. mod knob takes you from three octaves down to two octaves up.

Produit Garanti 2 ans

The Effect Factory vous garantit pendant 24 mois le remplacement sans frais du produit pour tout problème lié à sa conception et sa fabrication. Pour plus de détails, voir les conditions générales de vente.

Envois en France métropolitaine et en Belgique.


- Le transport standard (48H) est pris en charge par Colissimo. Celui-ci est gratuit pour toute commande d'un montant supérieur ou égal à 160 euros. Pour toutes les autres situations, le montant de la livraison est de 10 euros. Pour la Belgique, comptez un surcoût de 4€ TTC.
- Le transport rapide (24H) est pris en charge par UPS. UPS livre uniquement en main propre donc il est primordial d'être présent au moment de la livraison. La livraison rapide UPS est de 15 euros TTC indépendamment du montant de la commande. Pour la Belgique, comptez un surcoût de 4€ TTC.

Pour les envois à l'international veuillez-vous référer aux conditions générales de vente.

Retours

Si vous n'êtes pas 100% satisfait de votre achat, vous pouvez nous le retourner accompagné du formulaire de retour dans un délai de 14 jours. Un remboursement équivalent à la valeur d'achat du produit sera effectué. Pour obtenir le formulaire de retour envoyez-nous un email à cette adresse en précisant les motifs du renvoi et votre numéro de commande. Pour plus d'informations, consultez les conditions générales de vente.

Il n'y a pas d'avis pour Octave Theory

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *

Livraison en 48h chrono

Frais de port offert à partir de 150€

Paiement sécurisé

Avec CB, Visa et Paypal

GARANTIE 2 ANS

Sur tout le catalogue

X