The company was developed by the team that helped to create Avid’s Eleven DSP, and consequently the HeadRush features a quad-core processor and Eleven HD Expanded DSP. This is said to make the board a ‘versatile, realistic sounding and responsive’ multi-effects processor.
The board has 12 footswitches, with a seven-inch touchscreen which allows the user to easily edit the settings on the fly. There is also the option to drag and drop boxes to build a virtual rig of amps, cabinets, and effects units. See the video below for some examples.
For more information head to headrushelectronics.com.