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MOD Duo: The limitless multi-effects pedal.

A project in San Francisco, CA by Musical Operating Devices
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MOD Duo lets you download unlimited effects and arrange them in “virtual” pedalboards that can be shared with the MOD community.
Backers: 271
Average Pledge Per Backer: $305

Funded: $82,781 of $65,000
Dates: Sep 17th -> Oct 17th (30 days)
Project By: Musical Operating Devices
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Latest News

"That is a f****** big game changer !!!"

October 16th - via: kickstarter.com
This declaration from one of the front seat audience members in yesterday's presentation summarizes well the impressions people are getting when seeing the MOD in action. We've showed the MOD in France and Ireland and the reception has been great.... (Read More)

A handful of control possibilities

October 10th - via: kickstarter.com
The primary reason for the existence of the MOD is to enable musicians to take the plugins on stage. For that reason, the hardware controllers were deeply thought on and provide much more controlling power than they appear to.  Plugins provide... (Read More)

65k Goal Reached!!!

October 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Great news backers!!! We've just reached the U$65k goal !!! Congratulations to all of you. We are really excited with the fact that the MOD Duo is moving towards becoming a reality and you backers are clearly the main protagonists in this advance.... (Read More)

This week - MOD in Europe

October 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello everyone,I’ll be in Europe for the next two weeks presenting the MOD in some events.Everyone is invited to come play with MOD.Here are the complete info about the events.Hope to see you there.Gianfranco France - GrenobleFriday, Oct 10th at... (Read More)

Upgradeability and obsolescence

October 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi backers! We're very near our goal. How exciting!! We keep repeating that we envision the MOD Duo as a lifelong audio tool for musicians but, being it a digital device, this statement may sound a bit dodgy. Most people have already been through... (Read More)

Some use cases for the MOD Duo

October 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Hi backers! This post is to illustrate some use cases of the MOD Duo.  The mix of independent inputs and outputs, analog signal matching circuits and free internal routing makes the amount of possibilities practically infinite. Let's illustrate some... (Read More)

A special pledge for the Brazilians / Pledge especial para brasileiros

September 30th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Sound quality and the USB Audio Stretch Goal

September 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi backers!! As we are now moving from the Initial Prototype to the Release Candidate 1 (RC1) I thought it would be nice to update everybody about what have we achieved so far. We've already boasted a lot about the Duo's audio interface but what... (Read More)

MOD at Experimenta - Grenoble/France

September 27th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Three news in a single update !!!

September 26th - via: kickstarter.com
It has been a busy week.  We're producing A LOT of material to keep everybody updated and to raise the knowledge around all this platform we're building.  Today we've assembled the Release Candidate 1Different from the previous prototype we've... (Read More)

An interesting usage example

September 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Backers Today we broke the US$ 40k barrier. Hope you're all happy as I am. Yesterday one of the backers, leDamien, asked if it was possible to have a specific usage scenario with the MOD. As I wanted to post about the MOD different uses today, I... (Read More)

When in doubt, go for both!!!

September 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi backers, It is very exciting to communicate with you guys. Your enthusiasm regarding the MOD Duo makes us full of joy and keeps the team working harder and harder. Regarding the stretch goals, it seems like both proposed options are highly desired... (Read More)

Two new stretch goals - Help us to decide!!

September 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

MOD Duo is multi-instrument

September 19th - via: kickstarter.com
MOD Duo was designed to work with just about any kind of instrument. MOD Duo is multi-instrument. This is a testimonial from Rafael Guayer, our Hardware Design Engineer about the MOD Duo's hi-fi soundboard. It was a great challenge to develop a... (Read More)

MOD complete website

September 19th - via: kickstarter.com
The MOD website is huge!  You can use the interface, listen to the shared pedalboards, get the information about the plugins and.... we have it in four different languages: english, portuguese, french and spanish! Our video below shows how simple it... (Read More)

MOD Duo The Ultimate Limitless Effects Pedals (video)

September 19th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Musicians that use effects pedals are sure to be interested in this new Mod Duo multi-effect pedal created by Musical Operating Devices based in San Fransico, which is marketed was the last multi-effects pedal you will need to purchase. (Read More)

Linux based MOD Duo Multi-Effects Pedal is Powered by an AllWinner A20 SoM (Crowdfunding)

September 19th - via: cnx-software.com
If you are both a maker and a musician, MOD Duo multipurpose pedal may be a fun “toy” to play with. It’s an embedded computer comprised of a Hi-Fi soundcard (baseboard) powered by the same ITEAD Studio A20-CORE system on module found in ITEAD Studio IBOX, fitted into an enclosure with a pedalboard interface, and two graphics displays. You can create and share your own effects, or download the one made by the community using LV2 sound plugins, an open sound processing standard. A MOD Arduino Shield is also available to create new peripherals. (Read More)

MOD Duo, un pedal capaz de cargar rigs completos en formato plugin

September 19th - via: guitarristas.info
Los pedales capaces de cargar plugins han experimentado un gran crecimiento en los últimos años. Os mostramos otra nueva propuesta actualmente en proyecto de crowdfunding. (Read More)

Linux-based pedalboard features 100+ virtual effects

September 18th - via: linuxgizmos.com
A Kickstarter project called "MOD Duo" is an open source Linux music pedalboard with Arduino hooks and virtual pedals for 100-plus guitar and voice effects. (Read More)

MOD Duo's transparent enclosure soon!!

September 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Great news! Attending to requests we will have the transparent enclosure pledge soon! It will be built using polycarbonate which is more resistant than acrylic, but it does not have the same durability as the other metal enclosures, so take good care... (Read More)

The Mod Duo is going to make guitar pedalboards obsolete!

September 17th - via: knowtechie.com
Introducing Mod Duo: a revolutionary high-fidelity pedalboard that allows you to download, arrange, control and share effects. (Read More)

MOD Duo hands-on: Breaking the effects pedal cartel

September 17th - via: slashgear.com
Of all the instruments and accessories in a musician's arsenal, the guitar pedal may be the one that most resolutely refuses to get with the electronic times. (Read More)

The MOD Duo Wants to be the Last Guitar Pedal You Own

September 16th - via: thenextweb.com
Digital guitar pedals can be great. They offer a huge range of sounds via various pedals and that’s sort of the problem. They’re digital, but you’re only getting (if you’re lucky) a few effects. The MOD Duo digital pedal uses an open platform to offer you as many effects as the community can build. (Read More)

Le MOD Duo sur KickStarter à la rentrée

August 21st - via: fr.audiofanzine.com
C’est en septembre que MOD va lancer sa campagne de financement sur KickStarter pour son module Duo. (Read More)

MOD Duo virtual pedalboard stomp heading to the US

June 4th - via: gizmag.com
The MOD system from Brazil's Portalmod was born of a desire to break free from the confines of carefully considered manufacturer-supplied digital effects for guitar and bass, and sail into the vast uncharted territory of independent developer-generated plug-ins. (Read More)

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