Inspired by rack unit effects of the ’90s, the Hedra is a three-voice rhythmic pitch-shifter with individual controls to alter the pitch and time offset of each voice. With four delay configurations with individual feedback routing, microtuning capabilities, chromatic and key-driven harmony functions with selectable scale types and an intuitive auto-tune like selectable pitch correction feature, the Hedra promises to be the ultimate oddball on any pedalboard.
The Hedra also boasts a digitally controlled analogue mixing control, as well as external tap tempo, MIDI in/out over TRS, MIDI beat clock synchronisation and stereo in/outs to offer one incredibly powerful pedal – perfect for guitars and synths alike.
Listen to how it sounds below – in glorious stereo, nonetheless.
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