Take Extreme Control of Your Tone With The New SOURCE AUDIO Ultrawave Multiband Processor Pedal

Don’t just buy another fuzz pedal. Get one that’s gonna make your sound weird as hell. Source Audio has just unleashed the new Ultrawave Multiband Processor, and it takes your guitar or bass sound into space (but not the “you got way too high on edibles” space).


The Ultrawave Multiband Processor uses multiband processing to split the frequency spectrum of a guitar, bass, or synthesizer into multiple, discrete frequency bands and equips each band with its own array of adjustable parameters. So basically you’re taking apart your signal, doing whatever the hell you want to it, and then reconstructing it into its new mutant form. In the case of overdrive, the Ultrawave splits the incoming signal into 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, or 10 frequency bands, and then provides separate drive and output level controls for each newly-split band. Choose from over 40 overdrive types on the pedal including Tube, Diode, Foldback (a method of distortion often heard in the world of synthesizers), Octave Up, Negative Flip Diode.

It works with The Neuro Desktop Editor & Mobile App as well, should you want to really dig in and decide what you’re going for. Other features of the Ultrawave Multiband Processor include a dual-channel compressor and expander to isolate frequencies, an ever-growing library of pre-sets, stereo ins-and-outs, an adjustable noise gate, MIDI capabilities, and a Universal Bypass for either analog buffered or relay based True Bypass.

The Ultrawave Multiband Processor comes in two versions – guitar and bass. Grab ’em both here.