Death By Audio has released the Octave Clang, a fullwave-rectified, octave up pedal that ranges from sweet octavia to abrasive sonic hell. The Octave Clang's signal is run first through a density filter, followed by an amplifier with gain ranging from 1-100. Next, the signal is sent through a circuit that fullwave rectifies the signal slightly asymmetrically for an extremely complex octavia sound. This pedal can get really loud, really nasty, yet maintains a beautifully rich harmonic texture.
Sound manipulation is made easy by controls for density filter, gain, and master volume. Cranking up the gain and pre-filter induces extreme fuzz and signal perversion. Every chord is an explosion and every note a seething buzz saw cutting through the mix.
On the other end of the spectrum is the Clang. Turning down the gain yields a more organic, analog sound. Strumming chords generates droning ring modulation sounds while single notes resonate a singing octavia sound.
All Death by Audio pedals are hand built in Brooklyn, NY using premium components to ensure maximum durability and optimum sound.