NAMM 2020: GameChanger Audio Light Pedal

Its like a spring, but not as we know it...      29/01/20

Light Pedal  is a spring reverb with a twist. And the twist is that it has optical sensors looking at a spring sensing the motion in the spring and turning that back into sounds in typical Game Changer Audio fashion - boy do they love optical doo-dads..

There are several sensors and all  placed in a different position in relation to the spring so all of them sound a little bit different. You can also use the regular spring sound and blend between them as well as manipulate the optical sound in various ways.

Expect it to be released via a pre-order campaign in March in limited number shipping in summer -  looking at $299 at pre-order a little bit more something like $329 when it hits  stores.

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