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Dwarfcraft Devices has returned to the world of magic with the Witch Shifter.

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Wednesday June 27, 2018
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Dwarfcraft Devices has returned to the world of magic with the Witch Shifter. This one is the smoothest and cleanest pitch pedals they’ve released so far. Some of the features come straight from the Wizard of Pitch, like the doppler effect created by the Bend toggle and some chaotic pitch jumping. They have also integrated the “DinDin” stomp, freezing the Witch’s audio buffer for glitched out repeats. They offer up some new features too, like the Scatter toggle, which turns the pitch knob into a chaotic pitch modulator, often landing between pitches for unique tortured-tape-machine warbles.

Witch Shifter other features include:

Witch Shifter will retail for $249 and will start shipping in August 2018.  For more information, check it out at Dwarfcraft Devices.

You can see it in action here:

Zealously commanded by Ben and Louise Hinz, Dwarfcraft Devices has been fighting the good fight since 2007.  They are on an endless quest for new sounds, good beer, and hugs.

www.dwarfcraft.com

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