Totally Wycked Audio Mini Morph Dynamic Waveshaper Drive
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The larval offspring of our mind-melting DynaMorph, the MM-01 MiniMorph features an envelope-dependent drive circuit where the amount and type of saturation are intricately & inextricably linked to the input signal level. Multi-layered, highly complex waveforms meet & morph to create sizzling, splatter-full effects bordering on the bizarre.
We took the original DynaMorph circuit & stripped out the envelope-controlled level section to create a pint-sized powerhouse that’s simple to use yet can still conjure cascades of cacophonous creativity.
Depending on control settings and playing technique, the MiniMorph can expel an almost unlimited variety of filthy, flittering filter effects that will add depth and dimension to your notes. Tight chirps, greasy gurgles, & long, yawning sweeps are all available by simply varying your picking attack.
A light touch with low Drive settings can yield sagging, fuzzy burps that reside somewhere between a “starved voltage” fuzz and a dirty Moog filter.
Increased Drive settings create higher-order harmonics that subsequently drop in pitch as the note decays (think swept resonant filter). Playing double stops and chords will generate bizarre intermodulation effects that border on ring modulation but with less dissonance.
Turning up the Gain makes the Drive hit harder (a lot harder), resulting in extreme compression and more complex, thick harmonics with massive sustain. Digging in hard with higher Drive & Gain settings will bury your notes under a torrent of waveforms battling for evolutional supremacy – the victor finally blossoming into a screaming, searing siren-song.
If things are getting too out of control, a Dry Blend control allows you to add in some clean signal to bring back low-end note definition and articulation.
All of these tonal transformations can be further adjusted via the side-accessed Mode switch that selects between two different overall EQ settings for the MM. Finally, a master Level control determines the overall output of the pedal.