Godlyke has announced the release of the TWA GD-02 Great Divide Analog Synth Octaver. The pedal is a new version of the Mk. 1 Great Divide, which was introduced in 2011, but adds a dedicated clock with selectable intervals for the synth voice, a cross-modulation option for the -1 Octave function, and a Low-Pass Filter shut-off switch for the SUB voice.
The Great Divide has five independent voices that can be continuously blended for a wide tonal palette from classic octave division to multi-layered synth. Its based around faders for each of the voices
Dry, -1 Octave, +1 Octave, SYN and SUB to dial in the levels of each. Both of the Octave voices also have LPF controls while the +1 Octave voices has an Envelope Mode. The SUB and SYN voices have dedicated clocks to control their intervals. The SYN voice then has four selectable waveforms. Twelve Internal controls go further to adjust various voice parameters.
The pedal has a TRS Effects Loop to patch in external effects. Its circuitry is 100% analog and features the company’s proprietary S3 “Shortest Send Switching” relay true bypass switching system.
The TWA GD-02 Great Divide will be made in a limited run and is shipping in late September with a direct price of $399. For more info, check out the Godlyke website.
Godlyke TWA GD-02 Great Divide Analog Synth Octaver Details:
- Dry voice with Level Fader
- -1 Octave Down voice with Level Fader & LPF controls
- +1 Octave Voice with Level Fader & LPF controls
- +1 Octave Envelope Mode
- SUB voice with Level Fader – selectable between -1, -1.5, -2 or -2.6 intervals
- SYN voice with Level Fader – Selectable between 0, -1, -1.5, -2 or -2.6 intervals
- Four selectable waveforms for SYN voice
- TRS Effects Loop to patch in external effects
- 12 Internal controls to adjust various voice parameters
- Proprietary S3 “Shortest Send Switching” relay true bypass switching
- External 9 VDC power required (no battery option)
- “Division Symbol” status LED array
- Made in USA