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Our users continue to surprise us with new gear and new layouts. Source Audio gear is well-known and well-respected, and these two pages pack a lot of control in a small space thanks to Named Ticks. The front panel on both of these effects pedals is quite nice, but... pedals go on the ground!
The Source Audio Manta "features 12 finely crafted filter effects plus eight variations of distortion.. [they] are not just crunch, or amp simulation; they are specifically designed to work in tandem with the filter effect selections. The pedal’s filters are controllable by its 2 envelope followers, or sine, square, and saw tooth LFO." And it's controllable via MIDI via the Soundblox HUB (which is how adamixoye gets control).
The OFD Bass microModeler "packs a comprehensive, low-end enhanced collection of new and vintage overdrive, fuzz, and distortion tones into a single stage-ready stompbox perfect for bassists of all genres." Like the Manta, it's also controllable via MIDI via the Soundblox HUB.
Layouts for two Source Audio Pedals, the Manta Bass Filter and the Bass OFD.
The distortion knob on the Manta could use some work. There are 8 different distortions, so I initially considered setting the knob to have only 8 ticks. However, the distortion actually morphs between these distortion types, so it makes more sense to include all MIDI values from 0-127.
Source Audio Manta Bass Filter and Bass OFD (Glow Look)
Source Audio Manta Bass Filter and Bass OFD (Classic Look)