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The Explorer is an optical six stage analog phaser, lovingly handcrafted with our hyper detailed approach to usability, and tone. Named after the first satellite put into orbit by the United States in 1958, the Explorer was the first phaser launched by Spaceman. Years later, we are pleased to bring you a small form factor reissue of this classic circuit with all the deluxe features of the original. Sometimes liquidy smooth, sometimes chewy and lush, the fluid frequencies squiggle and flourish like the unrelenting ebb and flow of the sonic tide.


Soar through the sonic scenery as evolving rhythms throb and pulse like stars flickering across the cosmos. The Delta II is an inspired small form factor optical harmonic tremolo with extensive tone shaping, rhythmic capabilities, and smooth organic tone. Craft harmonic and traditional tremolo sounds that stagger, hop, buzz, ripple, and swirl with unparalleled variety using a brilliantly simple LFO interface. Combined with the Delta II’s unique voices, this makes for great swirling, phasey tones with endless rhythmic possibilities.


Bathe your tone in the iridescent glow of primordial bliss, while waves of smooth sonic neon sweep you into another realm of inspiration. The Aurora is an analog BBD flanger featuring an unparalleled level of custom waveform animation with a hypnotic and lustrous tone. Thoughtful control options make it easy to achieve a variety of flange, vibratro, lush chorus, phase, and filtery spatial effects, all primed for stretching or collapsing the acoustic vortex. Plug into Aurora and slip into the ephemeral night.


Polaris is a dynamic medium-gain resonant overdrive, with incredibly flexible tone-shaping capabilities. Its 2-pole resonant filter is fully controllable via expression pedal for filter sweeps and out-of-this-world overdrive tones. Designed to help you explore the outer-limits of harmonic overdrive, Polaris’s drive control goes from just a touch of harmonics to full-tilt, live-wire overdrive on the brink of distortion, while staying reactive to your instrument and dynamics for an experience that can be described as interdimensional.