Rainger FX guitar pedals have released the latest in their series of custom mini-pedals; the Deep Space Pulsar sidechainer, designed to put deep spaces in your sound!
While ‘side-chaining’ a guitar signal - by syncing it to dip in volume with each kick drum - is often done in the recording studio during mixdown, for the first time now it’s possible to do this in real-time, live, with full control – and sync it to a drum machine, DJ or live drummer.
An effect that makes the guitar and drums ‘pump’ together, the UK-built Deep Space Pulsar can do anything from spring-loaded rock rhythm guitar, to pulsing four-on-the-floor club sounds. This tiny but revolutionary analogue audio pedal comes ready for immediate use, the package including:
• Correctable tap tempo capable of syncing for minutes at a time, tempo input via a
Rainger FX ‘Igor’ pressure pad
• A microphone that goes in your drummer’s kick drum to also trigger the effect
• Controls for the amount of dip and speed of release
• Rainger FX’s unique styling and mini-pedal enclosure (with no side sockets!)
• Very cool LED display showing the dip amount and release speed
• ‘Invert’ switch to do exactly the opposite (releasing a pulse of sound with each drum beat)
Street price $182
About RAINGER FX:
Set up by David Rainger in 2009, Rainger FX is a London-based guitar effects company, making new kinds of effects pedals for today’s electric guitarists. The inspiration is often from electronic music, that uses sounds and effects originating from VST plug-ins. As David himself says; ‘take inspiration from electronic music, put it in accessible pedal format, get it to rock guitarists, blow people’s minds!'
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