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NAMM 2017: MOD Devices MOD-Duo

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MOD Devices will be showing their MOD-Duo Open Source Plugin Pedal with their plugins.

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Rock-solid Hardware

Powerful computer inside a stage-ready die-cast aluminium  enclosure

Hybrid device, featuring Audio, MIDI and USB inputs/outputs to offer maximum flexibility

Modular design that allows future upgrades, ensuring the hardware won't end up obsolete or unable to run CPU-hungry plugins

Unlimited Plugins

Online Plugin Store opened to external developers - commercial and free

Huge collection of plugins, ranging from traditional effects to experimental noisemakers

Create your own plugins from MaxMSP, Pure Data or Faust so you don't need to learn a new language

Smart Software

Intuitive drag-and-drop interface so you can assemble your pedalboards as you do in real life

Surpass analog pedalboard barriers by creating new and exciting effects chains

Software built in the device so you don't need to install programs on your computer, smartphone or tablet

Thriving Community

Share what you do with the MOD Duo and get the community's feedback

Go to regular events to meet your peers and share musical experiences

Ask questions and get quick answers from a very helpful user base on our forum and GitHub

 

 

Quick Specs

Power supply that works in every country (100V ~ 240V @ 50 ~ 60 Hz)

Compact dimensions: 180 x 74.7 x 160 (W x H x D, millimeters) / 1.2 kg

Completely independent audio inputs and outputs

Configurable input and output gain: use it with any instrument

Outputs usable in balanced and unbalanced mode: connect to any device

USB-device port for connecting to the computer

Headphone out with dedicated volume control and direct monitoring option

High-fidelity audio path

Relay-based True-Bypass

Full MIDI support - both legacy DIN and USB MIDI

USB-host port for connecting peripherals (Bluetooth dongles, etc)

Expand connectivity with a USB hub

Control Chain port for connecting MOD peripherals

More info and availability at https://moddevices.com/pages/mod-duo

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