Behringer Octave Divider Pedal – Classic Analog Octave Divider and Ringer Effects Pedal
The Behringer Octave Divider Pedal is a classic octave divider pedal for guitars, bass, keyboards, and other instruments. This authentic recreation of the popular Octave Divider from the ’70s; will provide an earth-shaking sub-octave effect for powerful sound creation.
A brief history
Musicians from the 1970s always had some sort of secret weapon in their setup. Something they would turn on in the middle of a raging solo. Furthermore, it was used to add an effect to create mind-blowing sounds that turned songs into instant classics. David Gilmour had the Phaser and Hendrix had the Octavia. One of those secret weapons you should definitely have on your pedalboard is the Behringer Octave Divider. Turn this pedal on and create nice jazzy riffs with a tight bassline underneath. Or you can add that much needed top-end sizzle for your epic guitar solo. You can also use it to add a bit more funkiness to bass, keyboards and other instruments.
Recreation of the Octave Divider Done Right
The Behringer Octave Divider is an authentic recreation of the popular Octave Divider from the ‘70s. It features an earth-shaking sub-octave effect with its own MIX and TONE controls so you can blend your dry and sub-octave signal, or shape that tone to your taste while still preserving the dynamics and harmonics. The BASS ONLY switches also allows you to completely cut out the dry signal leaving only the sub-octave so you can create your own complex basslines on the fly. The Octave Divider brings all the amazing features from the original ‘70s design, plus a few modern ones, that are sure to fit right at home with any pedalboard.
Put Your Tone Through the Ringer
There’s got to be more to it than just adding a sub-octave signal to whatever you’re playing. The Octave Divider has an amazing RINGER function that adds just the right amount of harmonic emphasis. Especially on the upper tones and special multi-note effects through activation of a built-in ring modulator. So if you are into using the Octave Divider to thicken up more complex riffs; or just want a nice and tight bass line to a legato, then flipping the Stabilize switch on can also help improve note tracking.