Third Batch of Infinite Jets Sold Out

The third batch of 150 Infinite Jets pedals has sold out, but not to worry! We’ll be back with more soon. Make sure to join our email list if you’d like to receive an alert when we release a new batch. More info on Infinite Jets >

First Run of Dream Sequence Pedals Sold Out!

The first run of Dream Sequence pedals has sold out! We are hard at work building another batch and should have them back in stock shortly. In the meantime, we suggest you visit Ludlow Guitar in Manhattan, Main Drag Music in Brooklyn, or Chicago Music Exchange while they still have stock. More info on Dream Sequence >

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Dream Sequence Pedal Overview and Quick Start

Dream Sequence Pedal Overview Dream Sequence is built around a pattern-based rhythmic Sequencer that pitch shifts your instrument up or down one octave. This allows for unique Arpeggiator and Tremolo patterns at moderate tempos, churning, atmospheric effects at slow tempos, and wild Modulation effects at high speeds. Dream Sequence has 3 Preset Banks: User, Factory, and Saved. The User Bank …

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Dream Sequence Arpeggiator Patterns

Dream Sequence is built around a pattern-based rhythmic Sequencer that pitch shifts your instrument up or down one octave. This allows for unique Arpeggiator and Tremolo patterns at moderate tempos, churning, atmospheric effects at slow tempos, and wild Modulation effects at high speeds. Dream Sequence has 3 Preset Banks: User, Factory, and Saved. The User Bank contains simple, customizable step …

Creating Custom Dream Sequence Patterns in Ableton Live

The presets found in the Factory Bank represent the kind of complex patterns that can be created for Dream Sequence in a DAW application (Ableton Live, Logic, etc) and transmitted via MIDI. The exact procedure for creating such a pattern may vary from program to program, but the basic concept is the same. Dream Sequence will accept MIDI CC messages …

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Creating Custom Tap Tempo Tremolo Effects with Dream Sequence

Preset 10 of Dream Sequence’s User Bank can be used to create a tap tempo tremolo effect, as its pattern only contains the “middle octave.” Use the Shape knob to control the waveform of the Tremolo. Use the Shape control to vary the wave shape of the Tremolo. Turning the knob all the way to the left produces a choppy, …