Red Panda Bitmap Bit Map Bitcrusher
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- Fractional bit reduction
- Sample-rate modulation
- Expression pedal input for sample rate (CV-compatible)
- Blend control to maintain bass or add subtle crushing
- Input gain switch to accommodate single or dual coil pickups and line-level signals
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All of the bit-crushed, robotic, and experimental sounds you've been after are at your disposal with the Bitmap by Red Panda. Using fractional bit reduction and sample rate modulation, you can achieve a variety of different sounds. The Mod/Crush switch works in conjunction with the Crush/Rate knob so that you can fine-tune your tone, whether you want subtle overtones or more pronounced, heavy bit crushing. Use the Hi/Lo switch to choose from three different input gain stages in Crush mode, and three different waveforms in Mod mode. Best of all, the Bitmap works great with guitars, basses, keyboards, synthesizers, and other instruments, all while sporting an expression pedal input so you have full control over the Frequency knob. Fine-tune your bit crushing and get access to a wide variety of experimental sounds with the Bitmap from Red Panda.
-Fractional bit reduction
-Expression pedal input for sample rate (CV-compatible)
-Blend control to maintain bass or add subtle crushing
-Input gain switch to accommodate single or dual coil pickups and line-level signals
-Output level control for consistent volume, can also provide extra boost
-3 color screen printed enclosure
-Made in USA, from PCB to final assembly
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The only negative thing I can say about this is that at higher frequency settings in crush mode, it doesn't track the lower notes on my bass well, but that is to be expected. Lower frequencies have no problem, even on an open low B string.