Walrus Audio has introduced the Mira Optical Compressor, which they say offers “plenty of sustain, attack, and release that can be blended in to taste.” On top of typical compressor controls, it has a push-button high pass filter in the side chain.
Lounsberry Pedals has expanded its lineup with the Mo Bass, a gain staged preamp/overdrive pedal for bass. Designed for Derek “Mo” Moore of Nektar, the unit is described as offering overdrive and a clean bottom with mild natural compression.
Caveman Audio’s BP1 bass preamp has been shrunk down to create the new BP1 Compact. The new pedal offers the same tone as its 1073-inspired predecessor while saving space by paring down on some features.
Carvin has unveiled a new preamp for bassists called the BX1. The company describes the pedal as offering a natural bass tone with unprecedented control and extended headroom.
Death By Audio has unveiled the Space Bender Chorus Modulator, a new pedal that “replicates and warps your signal into beautiful and organic transmissions from a dimension somewhere beyond linear time.”
Mojo Hand FX has announced the Octaverse, a dedicated reverse octave delay. The “cinematic and expressive effect” offers creative textures to create ambience in a standalone unit.
Darkglass Electronics has been working on streamlining their designs, and now they’re launching an all-new lineup with the Microtubes B1K.
Strymon has announced an update to six of their most popular pedals. The DIG, Flint, El Capistan, Deco, Lex, and blueSky have all been upgraded with a boatload of features.
Walrus Audio has expanded its pedal lineup with Lore, a reverse soundscape generator. The pedal has five programs that use different combinations of delay and reverb to create a mystical ambience.
Genzler Amplification’s lineup of bass pedals has grown again with the Crash Box 4, which they call a classic bass distortion. The all-analog is described as picking up where their last release, the 4 On The Floor, left off.
DSM Humboldt has expanded their product line with the ClearComp 1078 Dynamic Threshold Compressor. The pedal’s topology is a new design that adjusts the threshold on the fly.
Meris has added to their lineup of pedals with the LVX, which they call a “modular delay system with pro audio heritage, advanced processing and high-performance signal path.”