REAL-TIME AUDIO SAMPLING
is a unique audio algorithm developed by GAMECHANGER AUDIO that lets you capture and sample tiny bits of your instrument’s signal in real time and loop them into a seamless, warm and responsive sustained tone.
Unlike existing granular synthesizers and synth-pad triggers, PLUS Pedal actually runs a constant Hi-Res recording of your instrument, and once engaged, the RealTime sampling algorithm instantly creates a circular micro-loop out of the most recent audio signal produced by yoThink of it as a smart looper that only catches the last segment of your chosen note or chord, and uses it to create a continuous soundThe resulting layers of sustain can be practically indistinguishable from the original tone of your instrument, and you can further adjust and fine-tune the PLUS Pedal to achieve the exact type of sustain you have imagined.
1. The Plus Pedal does not have to be pressed all the way. In the "Middle Press" mode, the sustained tones produced by the PLUS pedal will be slightly muffled and at a lower volume.
2. A short tap of the foot pedal will act as a kill switch and remove all layers of sustain currently active.
3. A short half press of the footpedal will only remove the last layer of sustain.
Controls the volume of the wet signal. The "12 o'clock" position represents an even blend between the input signal and the wet signal. This can vary with different instruments and playing styles.
Sets the fade in speed of all sustain layers generated by the PLUS pedal. A minimum setting will bring new tones in instantly, whereas the maximum setting will result in extended gradual swells.
Lets you adjust the amount of spillover signal after you release your foot from the pedal. When the tail knob is set to zero, the sustain tone will cut out instantly as you release your foot from the pedal. When the tail knob is set to maximum (the infinity sign) each layer of sustain will keep ringing indefinitely.
In single mode the PLUS pedal will sustain the latest note or chord while allowing allothers to fade.
Group mode allows all layers to sustain.