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Brand New ConditionMore InfoThis product is in the box as received from the manufacturer and comes with the original warranty.

  • Wild, yet repeatable three-voice guitar synthesizer
  • Crushing square wave fuzz tone
  • Master Oscillator capable of harmonies up to three octaves above the input
  • Subharmonic harmonies up to three octaves below the input
  • Frequency Modulator produces smooth portamento pitch-bends (Glide mode) or retro sci-fi laser effects (Vibrato mode)
  • Frequency Modulator may be applied to only the Master Oscillator or to both the Master Oscillator and the Subharmonic voices
  • Voice Mixer blends Master Oscillator, Subharmonic, and Square Wave Fuzz voices
  • Harmonically complex, expressive, and touch-responsive analog synth tone up to three octaves below (or above) the original

The Earthquaker Devices Data Corrupter Modulated Monophonic Harmonizing PLL is a wild, yet repeatable three-voice modulated monophonic PLL harmonizer that takes your input signal and brutally amplifies it into a crushing square wave fuzz tone that is then multiplied, divided and modulated to create a harmonically complex, expressive and touch-responsive analog synth tone up to three octaves below (or above) the original, plus additional harmonies. The central nervous system at the heart of the Data Corrupter’s hive mind is the Master Oscillator. The Master Oscillator’s “Root” adjusts the frequency range and tracking response of the input signal, which is then synthesized and harmonized by one of eight Master Oscillator programs, adjustable by an eight-way rotary switch. From there, the Frequency Modulator applies pitch-bend modulation to the Master Oscillator. In Glide mode, you’ll hear a smooth portamento as each note slides into the next. In Vibrato mode the pitch modulates up and down for a retro sci-fi laser effect. The Subharmonic assimilates the input signal into one of eight lower octave programs between one and three octaves below the original. For a more stable lower octave, set the Subharmonic’s Root switch to the Unison position, which divides the Square Wave input signal, and removes the Frequency Modulator from the Subharmonic signal path.

Current Draw: 25mA
Input impedance: 1M
Output impedance: 1K Ω
Measures: 5.65" x 4.75? x 2.25" with knobs
Standard power supply: 9-Volt DC