If you’ve been tuned into Noisegate for a little while, you’ll know our resident bass guitar contributor Steve is a huge fan of the Source Audio C4 Synth pedal (check out his insane dnb workout from a few months back), touting it’s incredible quality and flexibility via app control as the best he’s come across. So we were absolutely stoked to have just about the entire range of Source Audio One Series pedals land on our desks for demo recently. We’ll have some more focused demos on individual pedals coming soon, but to get the ball rolling, we gave a number of the One Series pedals a workout running a range of instruments through them.
Check it out:
Source Audio’s One Series is stacked with features including pristine 56-bit processing (no, that’s not a typo), stereo connectivity and some really amazing effects straight out of the box. The One Series also features the Neuro Mobile and Neuro Desktop Editor, where you can edit and customize your effects, along with access to a cloud-based library of presets created by other users.
Source Audio is having a kind of relaunch in Australia with a new distribution partner, meaning they’ll be much more widely available at stores around the country. Find your local Australian retailer via CMI Music & Audio.
Livestream & Giveaway! Win a Source Audio Collider!
To celebrate Source Audio’s increased presence in Australia, we’re doing our first proper live stream! Tune in via our Facebook page and you could win a Collider Delay+Reverb pedal! More details to come. It’s happening Friday, June 26 at 4:00 pm (AEST) on Noisegate’s Facebook page.