Source Audio Hot Hand Motion-Controlled Wah Filter

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The Hot Hand Motion-Controlled Wah Filters is the world's first motion-controlled effects unit. It utilizes a motion sensor mounted in a ring to capture a player's movement and uses that data to control the sweep of a Wah filter. It provides an unprecedented level of control and expressiveness and offers the artist a new way of manipulating effects. Eleven effect types are included and each can be customized and stored in one of four presets.

Hot Hand Wah Features & Specifications:

  • 11 effect types including Classic Wah model, 2 Low Pass, 2 Band Pass, 4 Multi Peak, Auto-Wah mode, and Volume Swell.
  • 4 easy to store and easy to recall presets for saving user settings.
  • Frequency knob controls starting point of the sweep.
  • Motion knob controls sensitivity of the motions sensor for use with small or big movements.
  • Active Analog Bypass provides full analog routing during bypass and prevents signal degradation in long effects chains.
  • Simple user interface; sleek design; rugged aluminum enclosure.
  • 24 bit A/D- D/A converters and 56-bit processing ensure low noise and professional quality sound.
  • Expression Input for use with an expression pedal.
  • Expression Output for sending Hot Hand control signals to an external effects box or keyboard.
  • Full signal range allows use with keyboards, bass, etc.
  • Sensor Output allows daisy chaining of multiple Hot Hand devices.
  • Dimensions: 7-1/8 in. (length not including I/O jacks) x 7-1/8 in. (width) x 2 in (height, including knobs).

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