If you’re reading this, it’s too late to turn back. You’ve discovered the Ultrawave Multiband Processor, and you’re about to be plunged down the Source Audio rabbit hole of distortion curves, LFOs, morphing, and band-splitters. Good news: this is the ultimate navigation tool for your journey. It will help you to run the Neuro Desktop Editor, and will introduce you to parameters you may or may not ever encounter again. Prepare for impact!
When buying an EQ pedal, chances are you’ve come across the two terms "graphic" and "parametric" being thrown around to describe a particular equalizer pedal or module. We’re hoping to set the record straight in defining these terms and help you figure out which style best suits your needs. With regards to the EQ2, which one of these is it, and why?
Using Expression Pedals with Small-Format One Series Pedals
Our smaller, single-footswitch One Series pedals pack a lot of features into a pedalboard-friendly enclosure, but one thing that is often unclear to many users is…how can I hook up an expression pedal to these things?! Good news...you have a few options!
Navigating the Neuro Desktop Editor with the Collider
The Neuro Desktop Editor is a quick and easy way to make sounds and presets with any of your One Series pedals. The editor is not essential for discovering awesome and unique tones on the Collider, but it can help you get there quicker and more efficiently, and with the peace of mind that you can click a “Save” button after every move you make.
The Neuro Desktop Editor is also the key to periodic firmware updates for our pedals and gets updated regularly itself with bug fixes and feature additions.
How do you balance the vision of engineering "artists" with the wants and needs of real performing musicians? Roger Smith, the President of Source Audio, recently sat down with Alec Lee of The Gear Page to talk about how listening to musicians on gear forums is crucial to the development of Source Audio guitar and bass effects pedals:
The good folks at Premier Guitar Magazine are giving away 100% accurate recreations (and by 100%, we mean probably 90%) of Nick Reinhart and Juan Alderete's touring pedalboards. We are proud to report that both rigs include the Nemesis Delay. Of course you'll win more than just the Nemesis, the boards also include awesome pedals from Rainger FX, Earthquaker Devices, Red Panda, Meris, Boss, MXR and more...
Our friend Justin over at zZounds turned our universe inside out with this awesome video. You won't believe it, but all the sci-fi tones in this recording were created using nothing but guitar and the Ventris Dual Reverb/Electro-Harmonix Synth 9 pedal combination.
Sign up to win the Ventris Dual Reverb! Our pride-and-joy reverb pedal features two completely independent 56-bit signal processors, essentially housing a matching pair of high-powered reverb pedals in a single box. This giveaway runs until Monday October 1, 2018 - enter today!!
The pedalboards are packed and we're on our way to the great town of Nashville, TN for Summer NAMM 2018. The show happens June 28 through the 30th and the Nashville Convention Center. We urge any and all to come say "hello" and check out the Ventris Dual Reverb, Nemesis Delay, and the rest of the Source Audio gear. We will be in booth #859. We'll see you there...
We at Source Audio are huge and long-time fans of Guitar Player magazine, so it is with great appreciation that we accept GP's coveted "Editors' Pick" award for the Ventris Dual Reverb. Guitar Player's Consulting Editor, Matt Blackett called the Ventris, "a grand slam!"