Custom Arrow Airwaves, it has an external trigger jack (so the wng can be applied/activated from an external audio source, instead of the instrument/signal at the input), also you can select if the trigger is activated with the signal or when there's no signal. 2 WNG voices one is more harsh and the other is filtered and both can be modulated, internal LFO to modulate the dry signal, wng (harsh) or the filtered wng, dry signal has a gain knob so you can have a nice overdrive sound and when it is modulated a tremolo.
Another custom Robotum, etched case, one toggle for hi/lo carrier frequency knobs, momentary oscillations with extra toggle for the voicing and fine tune knob. I etched 2 cases, so if anyone is looking for one, let me know ($140 shipped to USA / $154 shipped worldwide)
Arrow Airwaves Supreme, so I had some plans for a loaded Arrow Airwave, and then a customer was asking about the arrow airwave 2 (which is discontinued), that he wanted one, so everything was in the right place. This is the loaded WNG, 12 knobs, 3 toggle switches, 3 footswitches and 5 jacks: -Internal LFO that modulates the white noise volume, the instrument signal volume, and the filtered wng frequency (all are independent, so the user can tweak to taste). The LFO is tap tempo with mutiple waveforms and also can be used as a normal LFO (non Tap). You can create blending the signal back and forth, tremolo input signal, tremolo wng, pseudo blend the filtered wng and the norma wng for wind/waves. -Trigger toggle, so you can activate the white noise when you play or it with activate when you arent playing and as soon you play it will stop or it will always been running no matter there's signal or not. -External trigger jack, so you externally trigger the wng, for example you can use a loop into the arrow airwaves supreme and connect a drum machine into the trigger so the wng will appear or dissappear with the beat. -Gain control so it can produce a lofi overdrive.
Arrow Airwaves supreme, white noise generator with dual voices, one its wng and the other is a independent filtered wng, and you can run in parallel the dry signal. There are 2 modes (well technically 3), always running wng, triggered wng (the wng is activated when you play), untriggered (the wng stops when you play). It has an internal LFO that can modulate the wng volume, dry volume, filter cutoff of the wng filtered voice, all are independent so you can match to taste, exp/cv input to control the filter cutoff or the volume (toggles), exp/cv input to control the mix from the main wng and the dry