The audio input is analyzed to determine its pitch, That pitch is used to control a synth voice. Then it gets crazy... you can select an arpeggiation pattern with the keys. The patterns are show on the last line of the screen. A '0' is the root note, '-7' is a fifth below the root, '12' is an octave above the root, and so on. Keys 1-20 have preset patterns. Key 21 randomly selects the second of a two note arpeggio. Key 22 randomly selects the second and third note of a three note arpeggio, Key 23 randomly selects the second, third, and fourth notes of a four note arpeggio, and Key 24 randomly selects the second, third, fourth, and fifth notes of a five note arpeggio
As the name implies, this works great with guitar, but also with any pitched sound, like bass or vocals. You can also get interesting results using un-pitched sounds like drums.
Knob1: Dry/Wet Mix
Knob2: Arpeggiation Tempo
Knob3: Synth Resonance
Knob4: Synth Cutoff Frequency
Aux and Foot Switch: Toggles Arpeggiation On/Off
Link enabled for syncing with other devices on a shared wireless network.