Death By Audio Robot
The Death by Audio Robot is a low fidelity 8 bit pitch transposer with absolutely no feelings what-so-ever.
Harking back to harks back to old Casio and Nintendo devices, it is completely synthetic and transforms any input into a spuree of resynthesized robot jargon.
What Is the Death By Audio Robot Like?
It is completely synthetic and transforms any input into a puree of resynthesized robot jargon.
Features bendable super lo-fi fuzz, octave up, octave down, and arpeggiation
- Volume: Controls master volume.
- Control Knob: Located on the right-hand side of the pedal. Controls the pitch of the effect. When turned up completely clockwise, it is at its highest pitch. Turning down, counterclockwise, lowers the pitch or speed of the arpeggiator.
- Rotary Selector:
- Normal: Same pitch with 8-bit digital conversion when the Control Knob is fully clockwise. Turning the Control Knob down bends the pitch lower.
- Octave Down: The Control Knob turned fully clockwise yields a nasty octave down sound. Turning the Control Knob down bends the pitch further downwards.
- Octave Up: The Control Knob turned fully clockwise yields a nasty octave up sound. turning the Control Knob down bends the pitch lower.
- Arpeggiator: The pitch arpeggiates in a sequence. The Control Knob adjusts the speed of the arpeggiator.
- Type: Pitch Shifter
- Input: ¼” Jack
- Output: ¼” Jack
- Stereo: No
- Midi: No
- True Bypass: Yes
- Voltage: 9V
- Current Draw: 23 mA
- Plug: 2.1 mm centre negative
- Can be powered by battery: Yes
- Adapter included: No
- Mini pedal: No
- Weight: 0.54 kg
- Length: 14.9 cm
- Width: 12.0 cm
- Depth: 6.7 cm
- Country of Origin: USA
- Manufacturers Warrantee: Lifetime