Caracol (seashell in spanish) is a Droney Octave up when nothing is plugged into the external jack, plugging a fixed frequency source into the jack it turns into a ring modulator, plugging another instrument it turns into an awesome machine of sonic euphoria and blistering joy (IF both the instrument and the source are playing the same harmonies) or a sonic chaotic monster that will totally destroy the input (if the source and the instrument are playing in their own ways), but no matter how you use it, the Caracol will let you open some sonic doors and conquer tones you never thought could get, the only limitation is your imagination and creativity.
The caracol has been reworked to add more options (6 knobs and 1 toggle vs the old 4 knobs and a toggle), the addition of a dry knob to add clarity and control, the input (ctrl in old version) was reworked to have more range, the previous switch became the cut knob and there are 2 modes available via the toggle to go from the previous caracol to a fuzzier one for extra fun.
Range toggle: Add a more intense fuzz voice
Cut: Shape the intensity of the signal.
Focus: Bandpass filter cutoff.
Gain: Amount of gain.
Input: Set the decay/sustain.
Dry: Dry signal volume.
Vol: Octave signal volume.
Silk Screened artwork with enamel ink into a powder coated aluminium case
Dimensions: 4 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
Powered only by DC 9v power Jack (center negative), no batteries option
Expression Jack: external control audio jack, you can plug any sound generating device here and modulate the caracol, for some wicked experimentation.