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PEDALpUNK Balanced Line To Guitar Interface DI For FX Pedals

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PEDALpUNK Balanced Line To Guitar Interface DI For FX Pedals

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PEDALpUNK is designed as a bridge between external fx units, such as pedals or stomp-boxes and the digital recording world (DAW's). PEDALpUNK is completely analog and offers this "re-amping" style solution for integrating pedals into your DAW workflow, without any loss of quality.

PEDALpUNK is extremely simple to use and only has three controls: the Return knob controls the processed return signal from the pedals back to your audio interface/DAW. The Send knob dictates how much signal coming out of your DAW is sent to be processed by you pedals and the Focus knob adjusts the input impedance of the signal going from your DAW to the pedals.

The great thing about PEDALpUNK is that it offers adjustable impedance, which is important when using non-buffered, true bypass pedals. PEDALpUNK will convert an analog line-level signal to a guitar level output, so you can send it to your pedals at the appropriate signal strength. Inversely it will then convert the signal coming out of you pedals back to line-level to re-record into you DAW.

The idea is essentially, you record sound into your DAW, i.e. a guitar track. You can then send that sound out of your DAW and via PEDALpUNK, run it through all your pedals and outboard fx equipment before re-recording it back into your DAW with any processing you choose. The whole process allows you to have a extremely high quality, very versatile fx loop for your computer. Overall it's a great solution for anyone wanting to make regular use of their pedal collection, or anyone looking to indroduce some hardware soul into thier digital mixes.

  • Allows you to send signal from a DAW, process it with guitar pedals and recording back into the computer with the correct impedance and line-levels
  • Very easy to use - 3 controls
  • Variable impedance
  • Can be used as an overdrive/saturation units
  • Also functions as a regular DI
  • Gold-plated Neutrik XLR + 1/4" source (DAW) input
  • Gold-plated Neutrik XLR or Bronxe 1/4" TRS jacks for source ouput (pedal signal)

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