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The Neuro Desktop Editor is Available for Download
Let the Sound Sculpting Begin!
Your Nemesis Delay just picked up some serious muscle. The Neuro Desktop Editor is a powerful software editing tool that features a deep set of effect editing parameters and additional effect engines for your Nemesis Delay, L.A. Lady Overdrive, Kingmaker Fuzz, and AfterShock Bass Distortion. It is a free download for Mac or Windows PCs – go to the SourceAudio.net Downloads page and grab it today.
And this is just the beginning – in coming months we will introduce Neuro Desktop control panels for the Vertigo Tremolo, Lunar Phaser, Gemini Chorus, Mercury Flanger, Neuro Hub, and of course, our soon-to-be-released Ventris Reverb. The Neuro Desktop makes it easy to sculpt highly customized presets and save them directly to the pedal or share them with other musicians. Check out the video below for an in-depth look at how the Neuro Desktop Editor works with the Nemesis Delay…
Watch Our Step-By-Step Video Tutorial on Using the Neuro Desktop Editor with Your Nemesis Delay:
You should also check out our line-by-line breakdown of the Neuro Desktop Editor. This blog includes descriptions for every knob, button, and dropdown menu the Neuro Desktop has to offer.
Come Visit Us at Summer NAMM 2017 and Win A Ventris Reverb
We are seriously looking forward to our annual trip to Nashville, TN for Summer NAMM 2017! This year is going to be a blast – we’re getting very close to the release of our Ventris Reverb and the newest prototype will be in the booth for your listening pleasure. We’ll also be giving away a Ventris Reverb – if you post a photo of the Ventris from the NAMM floor to your Instagram or Facebook page, you will be entered to win a Source Audio One Series pedal of your choice. Click the “How To Win” button for more info. We’ll be in booth #855 – see you in Nashville!!
Source Audio: On the Road with John Mayer
All of us at Source Audio were very excited to learn that our pedals will be traveling with Mr. John Mayer this summer on his The Search For Everything Tour. It’s true, John is rocking the Source Audio Programmable EQ and his backing guitarist/vocalist, David Ryan Harris plugs into the Nemesis Delay. We learned all of this after some significant social media surfing. Read our blogto see a few choice Instagram posts, one from our old friend Bob Bradshaw, and a couple more from John and David themselves…