Subdecay Harmonic Antagonizer Fuzz
The Harmonic Antagonizer is not a traditional fuzz box. There’s no reverence for 1960s tradition here. No Germanium transistors. No NOS carbon film resistors. If you think fuzz should be smooth, or warm, or velvety… or polite then this ain’t for you. The Harmonic Antagonizer is a cold heartless sonic butcher.
Fuzz? Oscillation? Chaos synthesizer and tone destroyer! The fuzz moniker is really inadequate. Being a non-traditional effect few familiar references will prepare you for the experience of the Harmonic Antagonizer. It turns any instrument in to a noise machine.
The oscillator can get pretty wild and unruly. It can make things sound nasally, noisy, glitchy or even a faux bass synth. It can make things sound like a broken bit computer with pixilated decay. While the oscillator output is usually mathematically related to the note being played our brains may not always understand it without a reference tone. That’s where the square wave fuzz comes in handy. It’s the sonic glue that can hold things together when they get really messy. It’s also useful to let some bass frequencies through when the oscillator frequency is high. The VCA trails off the output as the input level falls. This means no hard gating.
- Fuzz and glitch oscillator create a wide variety of out of this world tones.
- Fuzz circuit is constantly pushing and pulling the oscillator to related frequencies.
- Envelope and manual control of oscillator frequency for a huge range of sounds.
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