Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal with Patch Cables

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October 8, 2019 | Posted in alexander | By

Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal with Patch Cables

Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal with Patch Cables
Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal with Patch Cables. At Music Store Live we’re all musicians like you, and we know how hard it can be to afford all the gear that you want and need. We encourage you to make us an offer. Often times, you’ll be pleasantly surprised! We’ll do everything we can to help get that next piece of gear into your hands. Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal. The Syntax Error takes your tones back to the dialup era, when video games were measured by their bits and telephones were wired to your wall. Inside, the primitive sounds of microchips await. It’s time to blow the dust out of your cartridges and plug in your controllers. Set your modem for 14,400 baud and let the games begin. The sonic scientists at Alexander Pedals have been working overtime to cram the most pedal into the smallest box, and we now present the Neo Series! Each Neo Series pedal incorporates an advanced 32-bit microcontroller adding presets, expression, and MIDI capability. The Neo Series pedals are small but mighty! Imagine having a single pedal on your board that can access up to 4 separate preset tones with a touch of your toe. Connect an expression pedal to “morph” between two distinct settings for each preset for dynamic real-time effects. Or hook up a simple footswitch to trigger a timed “ramp” between those expression settings. Expressive performance technology, right at your feet. Expression Pedal: Set the expression pedal to the heel down position, then adjust the knobs to your preferred setting. Sweep the pedal to the toe position and set the knobs to a different setting. Now the Syntax Error will allow you to seamlessly morph between the two settings! Foot Switch : Connect a momentary foot switch to the port with a standard patch cable. Set the knobs like you want, then tap the foot switch and set them again. Every time you tap the knob the Syntax Error will sweep between your two knob settings at the speed you set in the configuration mode. MIDI : The Neo Series pedals can connect to a compatible MIDI controller to control all of the pedal functions plus access 12 extra presets, for a total of 16. The USB port may also be used as a MIDI interface to your computer or mobile device. Strukture S6P48 Right-Angle Guitar Patch Cable 6 in. High quality woven outer covering. Thick ABS sleeve protects solder connections. Dual right angle connectors. At Music Store Live, our goal is to revolutionize the way gear is bought online. Its not just about videos and know how; its about the person on the other end of the line. We’re musicians just like you. We strive to offer the best gear with the best online experience, and the best personalized service in the industry. The item “Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal with Patch Cables” is in sale since Thursday, September 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Delay, Echo & Reverb”. The seller is “musicstorelive” and is located in National City, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Alexander Pedals Defender Digital Drive Guitar Effects Pedal

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October 5, 2019 | Posted in alexander | By

Alexander Pedals Defender Digital Drive Guitar Effects Pedal
Alexander Pedals Defender Digital Drive Guitar Effects Pedal

Alexander Pedals Defender Digital Drive Guitar Effects Pedal
Alexander Pedals Defender Digital Drive Guitar Effects Pedal. At Music Store Live we’re all musicians like you, and we know how hard it can be to afford all the gear that you want and need. We encourage you to make us an offer. Often times, you’ll be pleasantly surprised! We’ll do everything we can to help get that next piece of gear into your hands. As captain of the Defender, your mission is to protect the galaxy using the awesome power of the Stargate Drive. Blast off from your deep space base and take control of the universe. Why should you use a digital distortion pedal. But if you’re interested in expanding your horizons, read on. One of the things we love about making pedals is that we get to come up with things that are new and exciting. The prospect of doing another “me too” overdrive pedal wasn’t really that appealing. We decided that the best way to approach a digital distortion pedal was to think of all of the things you couldn’t do with analog and proceed from there. We love this pedal, and we hope you like it too. The sonic scientists at Alexander Pedals have been working overtime to cram the most pedal into the smallest box, and we now present the Neo Series! Each Neo Series pedal incorporates an advanced 32-bit microcontroller adding presets, expression, and MIDI capability. The Neo Series pedals are small but mighty! Imagine having a single pedal on your board that can access up to 4 separate preset tones with a touch of your toe. Connect an expression pedal to “morph” between two distinct settings for each preset for dynamic real-time effects. Or connect the Neo Footswitch to enable your choice of preset select, tap tempo, or start / stop the sequence in real time. All Neo Series pedals feature a simple yet powerful preset functionality. Hold the bypass footswitch to move the pedal to the next available preset, and the pedal will reconfigure itself on the fly. All knob values and the effect mode settings are recalled, allowing you to set up to four unique tones. Simply connect a MIDI controller to the EXP port on the side of the Neo Series pedal and access up to 16 presets total. To load a preset, hold the bypass footswitch down or send a MIDI program change from 0-15. To save a preset, hold the Select button down and then hold the bypass footswitch. The pedal will save the current settings to the current preset. Any changes you make to the pedal settings will be lost when switching to a new preset unless you save the current preset first, so be careful! The EXP port on the left side of the pedal can function as an expression pedal, foot switch input, or a MIDI input. Expression Pedal: Set the expression pedal to the heel down position, then adjust the knobs to your preferred setting. Sweep the pedal to the toe position and set the knobs to a different setting. The Colour Theory allows the user to sweep the Rate, Steps, Mix, and Lag controls with the expression pedal or ramp footswitch. The Defender will also work with a standard tap tempo footswitch. MIDI : The Neo Series pedals can connect to a compatible MIDI controller to control all of the pedal functions plus access 12 extra presets, for a total of 16. The USB port may also be used as a MIDI interface to your computer or mobile device. Press and hold the center button while turning the knobs to activate the alternate controls. LEVEL – Adjusts the overall output level of the Defender. The pedal has quite a bit of volume on tap, enough to overdrive your amp. DRIVE – Controls the amount of drive, saturation, and distortion of the effect. (WARP) – Adjusts the speed of the WARP control. With this control at minimum the Defender will warp between the red and blue settings instantly. With the control at maximum the pedal will take approximately 10 seconds to warp. LIGHT – Controls the treble or brightness of the distortion effect or the cutoff frequency of the filter if FLT is selected. (BLEND) – Mixes the clean signal (fully counter-clockwise) with the distorted signal fully clockwise. This is a really crucial control for using the Defender with bass or low-tuned guitars, allowing you to dial in some clean signal to increase the articulation. MATTER – Controls the bass or depth of the distorted tone or the resonance / feedback of the filter if FLT is selected. (TWEAK) – Adjusts the special effect for each distortion mode. Varies for each effect, check out the descriptions below! Select Button – tap to choose a new effect mode or hold to engage the ALT controls. The upper LED shows the distortion effect selection. OD – Overdrive with a clear midrange character. This mode ranges from transparent to gritty with a sweep of the Drive knob. Try this mode with the Blend control near noon for a great soft-clipping boost. DST – Distortion with a darker, smoother tone. Gets hairy really quickly and loves to party. FZ – Splattery, sizzly fuzz tone. Don’t even bother trying to get this one to clean up, sounds kind of like a toy robot being fed into a garbage disposal. Once you’ve selected your distortion, you can choose from one of three special effects. Any distortion effect may be combined with any special effect. Please note that the special effects only work on the distorted sound, and not on the clean blend signal. PIT – Polyphonic octave shifting, applied to the distortion signal only. The Tweak control adjusts the blend between octave down, distortion, and octave up. This effect is killer for sub-octave riffing or screaming fuzz freakouts. SPC – Space modulation using a short time delay on the distortion signal. Tweak controls the delay time from zero to a short slap-back. Try using the Warp function to sweep the delay time for manual flanger sounds. FLT – Super-tweakable resonant lowpass filter, ideal for synth or wah textures. Light controls the cutoff frequency, Matter controls the resonance or sharpness of the filter. Tweak mixes between the filtered sound and the unfiltered sound. Want to get a distortion effect without the special effects? Just select the distortion sound you like (OD, DST, FZ) and select PIT as your special effect. Hold the Select button and turn the MATTER / TWEAK knob to its midpoint. The pitch effect will be bypassed and you’ll just have dirt. Tap this footswitch to accelerate the Defender into warp drive! While Warp is active, the Defender will move to a second unique setting of your choice. Just turn the pedal knobs while Warp is active to set the Warp tone. Tap the footswitch again to return to the regular sound. ALL knob settings may be changed as part of the Warp mode, but the distortion and effect selections must stay the same. The Warp speed may be adjusted by holding the Select button and turning the Drive knob. Low settings of Warp will cause the pedal to move into and out of Warp mode instantly, while higher settings will accelerate into and out of Warp mode more gradually. The Warp footswitch to activate Impulse mode, which will enter and exit Warp mode only as long as you hold the footswitch down. Try using Warp to set two different distorted sounds for rhythm and lead, or using the Impulse function to add some filtering or space delay to the climax of a solo! The possibilities are endless, and if you engage it while flying backwards around the sun you may end up saving some whales.. The Defender features a buffered bypass using a soft-touch footswitch. The dry signal path is digital to maintain the phase relationship between distortion and clean. The bypass signal is 100% analog. If you wish to assign the Defender MIDI channel, simply send a program change message from your controller on the correct channel while the pedal is in configuration mode. Hold the Select button to save the pedal settings. The Defender MIDI port requires the use of either a MIDI converter box such as the Disaster Area / Chase Bliss MIDIBox or a MIDI controller that supports 1/4 devices such as the Disaster Area Gen3 series. The Defender defaults to using MIDI Channel 1. HOLD THE SELECT BUTTON TO SAVE CONFIGURATION. The Defender requires a 9V DC power supply with a 2.1mm pin, center negative, 80mA. The Defender is not designed to be powered on supplies higher than 9V and does not use a battery. The Defender should work fine on a multi-pedal “daisy chain” connector, but if you encounter excessive noise or hum try a separate power supply. At Music Store Live, our goal is to revolutionize the way gear is bought online. Its not just about videos and know how; its about the person on the other end of the line. We’re musicians just like you. We strive to offer the best gear with the best online experience, and the best personalized service in the industry. The item “Alexander Pedals Defender Digital Drive Guitar Effects Pedal” is in sale since Wednesday, May 2, 2018. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “musicstorelive” and is located in National City, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Alexander Pedals
  • MPN: DEFENDER

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Alexander Pedals Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer Guitar Effects Pedal with MIDI

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June 17, 2019 | Posted in alexander | By

Alexander Pedals Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer Guitar Effects Pedal with MIDI
Alexander Pedals Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer Guitar Effects Pedal with MIDI

Alexander Pedals Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer Guitar Effects Pedal with MIDI
YOUR BEST SOURCE FOR PRO AUDIO GEAR. Alexander Pedals Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer Guitar Effects Pedal w/ MIDI. Alexander Pedals Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer Guitar Effects Pedal. Each step in its sequence is a new pathway to adventure, each new colour is part of a palette of mystery. Every moment brings a new surprise, as the patterns cycle and interact. The Colour Theory combines a versatile eight-step sequencer with a powerful effects processor, creating rhythmic combinations seldom heard outside of a rack of synths. It’s small but mighty, utilizing our Neo Series technology in a completely new way. Imagine a drum machine that plays different sounds on each beat – kick, snare, kick, snare. Now replace those drum sounds with pedal settings, and you’re getting close. The Colour Theory allows you to preset different values for its effects – each step of the sequence may be set to any values you like, so as the sequence plays the effect changes automatically. You can set the Colour Theory to play a series of tones in OSC mode, or to open and close a filter in FLT mode. The only limit is your own imagination. The sonic scientists at Alexander Pedals have been working overtime to cram the most pedal into the smallest box, and we now present the Neo Series! Each Neo Series pedal incorporates an advanced 32-bit microcontroller adding presets, expression, and MIDI capability. The Neo Series pedals are small but mighty! Imagine having a single pedal on your board that can access up to 4 separate preset tones with a touch of your toe. Connect an expression pedal to “morph” between two distinct settings for each preset for dynamic real-time effects. Or connect the Neo Footswitch to enable your choice of preset select, tap tempo, or start / stop the sequence in real time. All Neo Series pedals feature a simple yet powerful preset functionality. Hold the bypass footswitch to move the pedal to the next available preset, and the pedal will reconfigure itself on the fly. All knob values and the effect mode settings are recalled, allowing you to set up to four unique tones. Simply connect a MIDI controller to the EXP port on the side of the Neo Series pedal and access up to 16 presets total. To load a preset, hold the bypass footswitch down or send a MIDI program change from 0-15. To save a preset, hold the Select button down and then hold the bypass footswitch. The pedal will save the current settings to the current preset. Any changes you make to the pedal settings will be lost when switching to a new preset unless you save the current preset first, so be careful! The EXP port on the left side of the pedal can function as an expression pedal, foot switch input, or a MIDI input. Expression Pedal: Set the expression pedal to the heel down position, then adjust the knobs to your preferred setting. Sweep the pedal to the toe position and set the knobs to a different setting. The Colour Theory allows the user to sweep the Rate, Steps, Mix, and Lag controls with the expression pedal or ramp footswitch. The Colour Theory will also work with a standard tap tempo footswitch. MIDI : The Neo Series pedals can connect to a compatible MIDI controller to control all of the pedal functions plus access 12 extra presets, for a total of 16. The USB port may also be used as a MIDI interface to your computer or mobile device. Sequencer Controls – the pedal knobs have the following functions while the sequencer is running, and may be controlled by the expression pedal. Rate : Controls the speed of the sequencer. Rate may also be set by tapping the left footswitch. Steps : Controls the number of steps in the sequence, from 2 to 8. Mix : Controls the master mix between the effected sound and the direct signal. Please note that the Amount parameter also affects the mix between these two signals – the master Mix value will override the Amount parameter. (Level): Hold the Select button down and turn the Mix knob to set the overall output level of the pedal from -20dB to +10dB. Lag : Controls the “smoothness” or filtering of the step sequence counter. At low settings the sequenced effects will jump from one value to the next. At high settings, the sequenced effects will “slide” from one setting to another. Very high Lag and Rate settings will cause “smearing, ” with the effect being unable to fully reach its destination – perfect for making the OSC mode into a police siren! Step Controls – the pedal knobs have the following functions when the sequencer is parked and are not controlled by the expression pedal. Ctl : Adjusts the value sent by the Colour Theory to your other devices using MIDI. This parameter is sequenced. Value : The main effect parameter of each mode. Pitch shift, delay time, filter frequency, tremolo rate, oscillator pitch, or PWM octave. Amount : Sets the blend between the direct and effected signal for the current step. Please note that the master Mix control also changes this blend. If the Amount is set to 100% but the master mix is set to 50%, the overall blend will be 50%. If Amount is set to 50% and master mix is set to 50%, the overall blend will instead be 25%. Tweak : The secondary parameter of each effect mode. Tone, delay feedback, filter resonance, tremolo wave, oscillator wave, or PWM modulation. Select Button – tap to choose a new effect mode. PIT – Sequenced pitch shifter. This effect can create harmonies or pitch shifts, with any interval from 1 octave down to 1 octave up. The pitch and tone of the effect signal may both be sequenced. MOD – Sequenced digital time modulation. The delay time ranges from 0 milliseconds to 300 milliseconds, and both the delay time and feedback may be sequenced. Try the delay effect with two steps and a high lag to create a very lush chorus or vibrato. FLT – Sequenced resonant filter. This is a low-pass filter that can have high levels of resonance, to the point of oscillation. Be careful, this thing can get wild at extreme settings. Filter frequency and resonance may both be sequenced. TRM – Sequenced tremolo. Create rhythmic patterns or insane stutter modulation with this one. The tremolo rate and waveshape may both be sequenced. OSC – Sequenced synth oscillator. This is useful for making melodies or whacked-out siren sounds. The pitch range is a couple of octaves, and even “in-between” notes outside the normal tempered scale are available. Value controls the pitch and Tweak blends between sine and square wave shapes. We promise your neighbors will hate this mode. PWM – Synthesized octave effect. Don’t know why we thought this would be cool, but here you go. This mode turns your guitar signal into a monophonic digital square wave, with the divider rate set by Value. This will get DOWN, to subharmonic levels. It can go so low that the output isn’t even audio any more. It’s kind of nuts. The Tweak knob controls a modulation effect on the synth wave. Try this for making your neighbors hate you even more than OSC mode. The Colour Theory features a buffered bypass using a soft-touch footswitch. The dry signal path is digital because computers. The bypass signal is 100% analog. To configure, power on while holding the center Select button and release when the program LEDs start to flash. Turn the Rate knob to select the function for the Neo Footswitch – Counterclockwise for sequence start / restart, center for preset select, clockwise for tap tempo. Turn the Tweak knob to set the main LED brightness. If you wish to assign the Colour Theory MIDI channel, simply send a program change message from your controller on the correct channel while the pedal is in configuration mode. Hold the Select button to save the pedal settings. The Colour Theory MIDI port requires the use of either a MIDI converter box such as the Disaster Area / Chase Bliss MIDIBox or a MIDI controller that supports 1/4 devices such as the Disaster Area Gen3 series. The Colour Theory defaults to using MIDI Channel 1. The Colour Theory requires a 9V DC power supply with a 2.1mm pin, center negative, 80mA. The Colour Theory is not designed to be powered on supplies higher than 9V and does not use a battery. The Colour Theory should work fine on a multi-pedal “daisy chain” connector, but if you encounter excessive noise or hum try a separate power supply. The item “Alexander Pedals Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer Guitar Effects Pedal with MIDI” is in sale since Thursday, February 8, 2018. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Delay, Echo & Reverb”. The seller is “*pitbullaudio*” and is located in National City, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Alexander Pedals
  • MPN: COLOUR

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Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal

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June 17, 2019 | Posted in alexander | By

Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal
Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal

Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal
Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal. At Music Store Live we’re all musicians like you, and we know how hard it can be to afford all the gear that you want and need. We encourage you to make us an offer. Often times, you’ll be pleasantly surprised! We’ll do everything we can to help get that next piece of gear into your hands. The Syntax Error takes your tones back to the dialup era, when video games were measured by their bits and telephones were wired to your wall. Inside, the primitive sounds of microchips await. It’s time to blow the dust out of your cartridges and plug in your controllers. Set your modem for 14,400 baud and let the games begin. The sonic scientists at Alexander Pedals have been working overtime to cram the most pedal into the smallest box, and we now present the Neo Series! Each Neo Series pedal incorporates an advanced 32-bit microcontroller adding presets, expression, and MIDI capability. The Neo Series pedals are small but mighty! Imagine having a single pedal on your board that can access up to 4 separate preset tones with a touch of your toe. Connect an expression pedal to “morph” between two distinct settings for each preset for dynamic real-time effects. Or hook up a simple footswitch to trigger a timed “ramp” between those expression settings. Expressive performance technology, right at your feet. Expression Pedal: Set the expression pedal to the heel down position, then adjust the knobs to your preferred setting. Sweep the pedal to the toe position and set the knobs to a different setting. Now the Syntax Error will allow you to seamlessly morph between the two settings! Foot Switch : Connect a momentary foot switch to the port with a standard patch cable. Set the knobs like you want, then tap the foot switch and set them again. Every time you tap the knob the Syntax Error will sweep between your two knob settings at the speed you set in the configuration mode. MIDI : The Neo Series pedals can connect to a compatible MIDI controller to control all of the pedal functions plus access 12 extra presets, for a total of 16. The USB port may also be used as a MIDI interface to your computer or mobile device. At Music Store Live, our goal is to revolutionize the way gear is bought online. Its not just about videos and know how; its about the person on the other end of the line. We’re musicians just like you. We strive to offer the best gear with the best online experience, and the best personalized service in the industry. The item “Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal” is in sale since Tuesday, September 19, 2017. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Delay, Echo & Reverb”. The seller is “musicstorelive” and is located in National City, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Alexander Pedals
  • MPN: SYNTAXE

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