Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by kekaiakea, Jun 20, 2008.
hi, pretty new around here, was wondering if anybody knows the deal on this pedal?
don't know much other than I want one
any pedal named after polyanna is worth checking out. After googling it, it surely looks like a micropog killer. gotta do something about that paint though
googled mi audio polyanna
Title: Re: What are the new Mi Audio pedals going to be?
Post by: michael_ibrahim on June 06, 2008, 02:03:59 PM
OK,... Pollyanna's are finally shipping.
Just to clarify, this is an analog octave pedal, with an octavia-like octave up (with a slightly stronger octave sound), and a 1 and 2 octaves down, pure square-wave, commodore 64 type of sound. It's a pretty crazy thing, but a lot of fun in real life.
We will hopefully have the website update with samples and more details next week.
cool! sounds like a fun pedal...anyone know when its out?
I called it a microPOG killer in a thread that MI himself was posting in and he responded that it was different. More glitchy synth stuff rather than pure octaves.
I got one last week! Just a day after i got my Octron2 and it is more the glitchy synth sound especially the two octaves down.
Which video game riff did he start out that video with? I've heard it before somewhere.
Been a few days since i watched it but i think it's a bit of Mario Bros. You might have seen people on you tube play it.
where can i get one from?
Me. I've got some in stock.
I'm yet to update my site with full details.
That is pretty sweet and fairly new sounding.
Hey all - just ran across this thread and I realize it's a little old, but thought I'd post a link to a review I did on the Pollyanna on our blog - it includes a handful of audio clips with it.
pog is a pitch shifter, this is a synth i wouldn't compare one to the other that's crazy talk...
so is this monophonic synth or polyphonic synth?
I have one, definitely not a pog killer. Lower octaves are really glitched and videogame like. It's analog, wouldn't it have to be digital to do polyphonic?
how does tracking compare between the pollyanna and octron?
it's been a while, anyone using this? more to add to discussion?
It appears there is no fuzz/distortion on this pedal, is that correct?
Anyone like this pedal and can talk about how they are using it?