Electronic Audio Experiments 0xEAE Boost
Electronic Audio Experiments

Electronic Audio Experiments 0xEAE Boost

Electronic Audio Experiments 0xEAE Boost, new.

"The 0xEAE Boost is the first entry in a new pedal series developed in conjunction with the design collective Obstructures.

The 0xEAE collaboration began as an indestructible enclosure created in the distinct, utilitarian-yet-elevated visual language of Obstructures, culminating in a neo-brutalist homage to the iconic sloped fuzz enclosures of the 60s and 70s.

The exterior physical design informed the intent of the circuitry within: a versatile signal boost/overdrive with the potential for a razor-sharp treble response and excessively high output levels. The circuit itself is comprised of a discrete op amp gain stage with a treble boost in front, forming a densely textured upper midrange character laden with higher order intermodulation products. A mix of active and passive tone controls allows for dramatic alterations in sonic character. We also took extreme measures to engineer a high-quality power supply that is fully protected from excessive voltage, improper setup, and external interference.

The end result is an object that is maximally robust, designed for a lifetime on the road, on stage, and in the studio."


  • Master: Output volume level. Ranges from -∞ dBu to an excess of +20 dBu. (Use judiciously.)

  • Filter: Passive, variable frequency low pass filter. Slide right to cut high frequencies. Cutoff frequency ranges from outside the audio range at minimum to 480Hz at maximum.

  • Gain: Primary gain stage. Adjustable from approximately +26 dB to +46 dB. Slide right to increase gain.

  • Focus: Input treble boost. Ranges from +0 dB to +26 dB for high mid frequencies. Slide right to add saturation and harshness.

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