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
Though the pedal is deceptively small, it's tonal abilities are huge.
Polyphonic tracking lets you add 12-string chime to your ballads. Then you can add a low octave for a larger sound to fill out the bottom. And another deeper octave below the previous one, adds some seismic girth to your tone.
The state of the art polyphonic algorithm tracks your playing evenly through complex chords or sultry licks without losing a step.
Tons of Vintage Tones
The old school monophonic mode is like a pitches brew full of psychedelic inspiration, sure to really fill out the sound of your two-man garage band.
Slap on a fuzz and unleash your inner flute player fantasies in a purple haze of glitchy octaves and feedback or turn up the low notes for some sick synth maladies.
Unleash the Pitch Inside
TonePrint technology is the ace up Sub 'N' Up Mini's sleeve.
The free TonePrint app lets you beam in any sound that the full-size pedal offers and using the TonePrint Editor, you can tweak it to perfection.
If you're missing the Sub 2 knob, you can easily beam in a setting that lets you dial in any amount of subsonic mayhem from the Up knob.
Next generation octave-engine - for flawless tracking complex chords
Classic monophonic octaver - for the glitch of a bygone era
TonePrint Editor w. Modulation - for wobbly organ-like tones