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Navigating the Neuro Desktop Editor

Friday, June 23, 2017

We are very proud to finally introduce the Neuro Desktop Editor. The Desktop Editor is the Windows and Mac extension of our Neuro Mobile App, an excellent tool for creating and organizing highly customized presets for all of your One Series pedals. Our first iteration of the software is compatible…

Navigating the Neuro Desktop: Nemesis Delay Editor

Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Neuro Desktop Editor is an excellent tool for creating and organizing highly customized presets for your Nemesis Delay. Below is a line-by-line description of the Neuro Desktop Editor’s Nemesis Delay control interface. For and overview of the basic functions of the Neuro Desktop Editor, read our Neuro Desktop Editor:…

Understanding the Neuro App Sound Editor for the LA Lady, Kingmaker, and AfterShock.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Job one in the development of the Source Audio One Series overdrive pedals – L.A. Lady Overdrive, Kingmaker Fuzz, and AfterShock Bass Distortion – was to create three great sounding, flexible, and easy-to-use pedals. Out of the box, that’s exactly what they are – plug ‘em in, select from the…

The Advantages of Digital Dry Signal Path Design

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

We recently took part in a discussion on TheGearPage.net, addressing questions regarding analog dry path and digital dry path design approaches.  Here is engineer, Brett Gildersleeve's response. "Source Audio products utilize a digital dry signal path design. This was a design decision that was made by the engineering team after…

Using the Source Audio Tap Tempo Switch with One Series Pedals

Thursday, June 18, 2015

After much discussion, we unanimously came to the conclusion that new Vertigo Tremolo must include tap tempo. In general effect pedals with a footprint as compact as the One Series, don't include features like tap tempo, but it was our goal with this line to provide maximum tone and flexibility…

Reassigning Program Change Messages to the Poly-Mod Filter Pro and the Bass Envelope Filter Pro

Monday, May 11, 2015

Reassigning Presets to new Program Change messages:   By default the 6 presets on the Soundblox Bass Envelope Filter Pro and the Soundblox Poly-Mod Filter Pro are assigned to the first 6 PC messages.     PC 00 --> Preset 1 PC 01 --> Preset 2 PC 02 --> Preset…

Jesse Williams demos the AfterShock Bass Distortion and Gemini Chorus with Bass

Thursday, April 23, 2015

We recently had the pleasure of spending the afternoon with Jesse Williams, an amazing bass player from the Boston area. Jesse was kind enough to swing by our office/studio with a fine sampling of basses from his collection and record some sweet low-end with the Gemini Chorus, Lunar Phaser, and…

10 Muse Bass Riffs in 2 Minutes with Help From the Manta Bass Filter and OFD Bass microModeler

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Our man, Adam Aarts recently posted a fantastic video in which he blasted through 10 Muse bass riffs in 2 minutes with some help from the Soundblox 2 Manta Bass Filter and the Soundblox 2 OFD Bass microModeler. Adam is a big fan of freezing the filter modulation on the…

The Kingmaker Fuzz, L.A. Lady Overdrive, and AfterShock Bass Distortion: Signal Routing Options

Thursday, April 02, 2015

Amazing tone is Job-One for our new line of overdrive/fuzz pedals. Pull the Kingmaker Fuzz, AfterShock Bass Distortion, or L.A. Lady Overdrive out of the box, plug them in and killer tone is just a stomp away. However, there is more to these stompboxes than one might think – with a…

The Secret of the Gemini Chorus, Lunar Phaser, and Mercury Flanger

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

We would like to let you in on a little secret about the Gemini Chorus, Lunar Phaser, and Mercury Flanger. Out of the box these state-of-the-art stereo modulation pedals are ready and roaring to hit the stage. Just plug 'em in and effortlessly dial up killer phaser, flanger or chorus…