A different type of tremolo where the rate of the effect is related the pitch. This means that the higher the pitch of the note, the faster the tremolo runs.

The circuit counts the amount of cycles present in the guitar signal, this is then divided by the amount selected by the Range control. The divided amount become slow enough to act as a tremolo. The relationship between tempo and pitch that sounds natural and in tune, perhaps useful when working out what key and tempo to choose.

The range can alter from 10 seconds to minutely small. At the fastest setting, the tremolo mutes every other cycle of the waveform - dividing the audio by 2. This creates a passive octave down effect, avoiding any synthesized lower octave. Similar in approach to the Glitch pedal, it responds linearly to input volume and doesn't colour the sound.
125 GBP
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