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Are you stuck in the middle? Don't despair - the super-psychedelic twin oscillators will get you moving with an abundance of modulation possibilities! Be warned, however, the Wobulator is no ordinary trem pedal and has been know to subvert the sturdiest balance mechanism. Its not one to try if you're attempting tpo walk the plank! Although, of course, it is more than capable of classic mono trem effects it goes much further as you would expect. Being stereo it can be used for creating many kinds of spatial effects either in the studio or with two classic amps - YES!! It has a unique smooth sound which is ideal for fattening up digital sources and has been adopted by many producers as a favourite mixing 'n fixing tool.
There are 4 basic modes:
1 TREM - both Left and Right move up and down at the same time, but with a "cross-over" effect where Left is low pass filtered and Right is high pass filtered.
2 PAN - Left and Right move in anti-phase without a cross-over, akin to a normal "figure-of-eight" auto-panner.
3 VIB - same as TREM but in anti-phase, creating subtle phase cancellation (and therefore pitch and volume change) effects.
4 DUAL TREM - this again uses the cross-over but brings into play the second LFO. Left is now driven by LFO 1 and right by LFO 2.
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* 2 Triangle/Square LFO's each with Rate control (LFO 2 operates in a higher range and goes up to audio frequencies which creates some unusual if subtle frequency modulation effects. The square waveform gives a "gated" effect which can get pretty weird in stereo)
* Pedal input for controlling LFO 1 Rate
* Trigger Input (which can be used to sync the LFO to a particular tempo, or to create "burst" or "ramp" effects for example)
* 2 Depth controls (for Left and Right outputs)
* 2 footswitches (also for Left and Right outputs - disabling the modulation on either one so that the other is moving against the straight signal opens up a whole new can of rather scary worms!)
* Phase switch
All the above effects are available in mono where they are summed to one output. (If you only have one amp but with two contrasting inputs you can use both Wobulator outputs to really bend some sound!) The Wobulator now sports an additional phase switch which effectively doubles the available number of sounds! Also extremely useful for phase inversion if you don't happen to have it on your desk!