Jean Baudin (designer)
The Expressionator is a multi-expression controller. It allows you to use one expression pedal (treadle/rocker) to control up to three expression-enabled effects either individually or simultaneously.
Three TRS channels for expression-capable pedals
One TRS input for expression pedal (Moog EP-2, Roland EV-5, etc.)
Visual meter for identifying treadle position, color-coded per channel
Five taper presets - each channel can have a different taper selected
Raw - Normal expression control.
Inverse - Heel and toe are flipped.
Anti-Log - Smooths the taper in a TRS-modded volume pedal.
Saw - Ramps up 16x within one sweep of the treadle.
Square - Square Taper goes 100% to 0% without any medium for an on/off, on/off effect. 16x with one sweep.
Stomp switch for cycling between channels. Treadle position retained when switching channels
ON button for keeping channel active. One to three channels can be active simultaneously
Heel and toe span can be set independently per channel
Internal memory saves span and taper settings after power down
Output from one channel can be sent to a second Expressionator for more channels.
Can be oriented horizontally or vertically
CNC-drilled with lasered graphics
Internal switch for activating CV (0 to +5 volts)
- (2011-10-12) Expressionator 01 by behndyHump
- (2011-10-20) Expressionator with bass by behndyHump
- (2011-12-19) Expressionator Prototype Demo on Bass Guitar!!! by MarcSterlingMusic
- (2012-06-14) Doctor Scientist Frazz Dazzler on bass (with Expressionator) by behndyHump