Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver



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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby behndy » Sun Aug 11, 2013 5:06 pm

hnnnnnnnnnnnnnng-mine's should be here mid next week'ish. yay!
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby AngryGoldfish » Tue Aug 13, 2013 2:03 pm

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m sterling wrote:Ahhh, I forgot to post these here. Here are some clips I whipped up when mine first arrived:

https://soundcloud.com/marcsterlingbass ... anea-demos

Here is my band from last weekend. There is liberal SubT and IE usage throughout.

http://archive.org/details/jazzam2013-08-02.m934b_16bit

It is such an awesome pedal. I really can't imagine being without it...

That's way more synthy than an OC-2 (I assume you've got another pedal running as well), but it sounds awesome. Your playing is really nice, too. Dig the fast-paced lines. Very tight.

edit: I've now noticed the Octasynth in the title. Missed that. Now it makes sense. Awesome demo. Could you record a guitar one?


Thanks for the compliment, I'm glad you liked the clips. Unfortunately, I suck really bad at guitar, so I wouldn't do much justice. I can talk to the guitar player in my band, I'm sure he'd love to give it a whirl!

Elevenstrings is correct that I meant the OctoSynth voice on the SubT. Those clips also feature the Xerograph Deluxe and some polytope/frantabit madness.

No worries, mate. It's all good. Don't put yourself out. Your demo already speaks volumes. :thumb:
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby behndy » Thu Aug 15, 2013 12:47 am

oog. this thing is pretty beast.

yah, it's got some noise, and i'm curious to hear how TayeDiggsey's fix sounds, but i like it a lot. then noise does disappear when playing loud. i was bumping it at practice today and it's ANGRY.
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby Eric! » Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:31 pm

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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby behndy » Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:39 pm

hee. here's what mines looks like -

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and this is what it sounds like -

Eric! wrote:YOU'RE like having two pedals in one
with your...momentary fuck switch and all..

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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby Taylor Livingston » Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:35 am

OK guys, good news.

We listened to your feedback about the Subterranea and have not only fixed the noise issue but have come up with a few other upgrades in the process. All Subterraneas shipped from September 2013 onward will come equipped with all these upgrades as standard. There's no extra charge, it's not a separate version or anything.

If you have a Subterranea that was shipped prior to September 2013, and you want to get the upgrades, please contact me at info@ironether.com to get details on how to get yours upgraded. The upgrade is free and only adds to what the pedal can do.

The upgrade includes:
- fixed the noise bleed/chatter issue
- the filter control is now more responsive, with more harmonics available at the high end of the control.
- deeper fundamental on the clean octave.
- more reasonable volume levels (previously the pedal was way too darn loud).

I think that covers it, feel free to ask any questions about this here or by email.
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby Chankgeez » Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:47 am

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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby behndy » Thu Sep 12, 2013 12:16 pm

iiiiiii got to spend some time with a New Fixed Upgrade Version, it's way worth it. loads better with the noisey bits and the filter has a bigger sweep. gooooood shtuff.
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby Jero » Thu Sep 12, 2013 1:55 pm

Those vowels in m sterlings demo make me hot :love:
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby behndy » Thu Sep 12, 2013 2:13 pm

Jero wrote:Those vowels in M STERLING demo makes me hot :love:


ftfy
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with your...momentary fuck switch and all..

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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby Deltaphoenix » Thu Sep 12, 2013 5:37 pm

Saw this, wish I had held onto mine...
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby musiqueer » Mon Nov 25, 2013 7:57 pm

Great, one more fuckin awesome sounding sub-octave machine for me to yearn for. Plus all the synth sounds I'd get out of it...

That octo saw sounds nasty!
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Re: Subterranea - multi-timbral analog synth and octaver

Postby Bassist_Diver » Wed Mar 26, 2014 11:49 am

I got my SubT in last weekend and it makes my pants tight. Get me a soldering iron, this thing isn't leaving my board.
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