Source Audio releases EQ2 Programmable Equalizer Pedal

You can now have the Source Audio EQ2 Programmable Equalizer shipped to your home. After the success of the original Source Audio Programmable EQ pedal, Source Audio has decided to release the EQ2 to expand on its features. This renovated legendary pedal has 10 fully modifiable frequency bands, connections for stereo ins and outs, Midi in, up to 8 onboard presets, 128 MIDI presets available, graphic and paramedic capabilities, the power to run two separate settings at once, and a built-in tuner. It seems that Source Audio created a pedal that can do it all and more. 

This advanced pedal is programmed to use the free Neuro Desktop Editor and Mobile app. These accessories give the user a better visual as they sculpt their sound. This additional software is normally associated with top-of-the-line musical gear but now is apart of the EQ2 Programmable Equalizer experience. The Neuro Editor is an easy to use software that allows the user to edit the Q factor and frequency shifting for all ten bands. It also has a two-channel stern option, a built-in noise gate, and limiter controls. You can download the mobile version from the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android).

The EQ2 Programmable Equalizer is the most advanced EQ pedal on the market right now. This pedal allows the user to edit sound between the frequency spectrum of 20 to 20,000Hz using 10 customizable bands. In addition, you can adjust the Q factor also, making the bands skinny or wide. As a result, the latest Source Audio EQ2 Programmable Equalizer pedal works for anything like a guitar, bass, keyboard, etc.

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Michael Marino

I am a content writer who specializes in music and information technology. While receiving my bachelors in Media at California State University San Marcos, I created YouTube tutorials and online courses, teaching basic music production. As a teacher and writer, I want to continue sharing my knowledge.