Check out the new Dwarfcraft ARF (Attack Release Filter). It’s everything you ever wanted in a filter, complete with a picture of a sexy lady with a dog’s head. Naturally. The Attack/Release envelope has a huge range and the activation of the envelop and the duration of the sustained peak are controlled by a foot switch or CV gate signal. The envelope is then routed to an aggressive low pass filter with enough “extra” on the resonance to get some self oscillation. The filter cutoff can also be controlled via CV input. There are also CV outs for integration with your synth or Eurorack set ups. Read More …
Check out these new goodies from Dwarfcraft. First up is the Zhago, a lean boost with a toggle to introduce a tight, gritty distortion with a strong gate.
Here’s a demo video:
Then there’s the Total Spack Vibes, created for Daniel Spack, member of Collections Of Colonies Of Bees, Volcano Choir, and Group of the Altos. It’s a weaponized overdrive began as a tricked-out version of Dwarfcraft’s popular “The Internet” overdrive pedal, but with an added tone knob and a gain control for the foot switchable gain boost, labeled “harder.” Sounds cool on paper, but according to Dwarfcraft’s Ben and Louise, “HOLY MOLEY. When it came together and hit the testing table, it’s true nature was revealed. EVIL. True, you can get familiar overdrive sounds, and a handy dandy boost, just like you would with The Internet. But in addition to these, you can conjure up a plethora of scratchy harsh treble blasting noise distortion.”