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TC Electronic Sub ‘n’ Up Mini Octaver

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Price: $89.00

Condition: Used
Item Code: ISI12915.

Product Description

Very Good Condition.

Delivering all of the polyphonic octave pleasantries that you know from its bigger brother, the Sub ‘N’ Up Mini sounds huge but looks tiny. Focusing on simplicity and ease of use, we did away with the mini toggle switch and the two octaves down knob. Naturally, you can still turn Sub ‘N’ Up Mini into an old school monophonic octaver for that crackling pitch glitch of the olden days.

If you’re into a more modern sound and feel, the polyphonic octave algorithm keeps all your notes tracking true even when playing chords and harmonies or laying down the bottom pitch. Or, tap into the inspiring tones of our TonePrint family of artists. Just use the free TonePrint app to beam in your tone of choice and strap in for something really pitchin’!

  • Next generation octave engine – for flawless polyphonic tracking
  • Cool old-school monophonic octaver
  • TonePrint-engine with modulation – for otherworldly octave tones

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