At the core of all Binary Series pedals, a powerful dual-DSP platform and CDCM (Comprehensive Dynamic Circuit Modeling) modeling system ensure a realistic playing experience. The CDCM system is built on an extremely complex dynamic variation matrix, able to realistically express every detailed change that occurs during the operational process of actual circuitry: Everything is ALIVE and performs like its original.
The Hotone Binary Mod is a modulation effects pedal with stereo I/O and expression pedal support for delivering authentic classic, as well as new and inspiring Hotone original, modulation sounds. 24 high-quality modulation effects include choruses, flangers, phasers, tremolos, rotary speaker simulators, vibratos, wahs, detuners and more.
✪ Grown out of next-gen XTOMP technology
✪ Compact, easy-to-use dual footswitch modulation pedal with tap tempo
✪ Advanced CDCM modeling system ensures realistic playing experience
✪ Dual DSP-powered platform ensures high sound quality
✪ 24-bit A/D/A conversion, up to 110dB S/N ratio
✪ 24 high quality modulation effects including CDCM-based classics and Hotone originals
✪ Tap Tempo function with Tap Divide
✪ Stereo I/Os
✪ EXP jack for expression pedal control
✪ USB jack for firmware upgrading, loading/managing effects with free PC/Mac software
✪ 10 Presets (2 banks x 5 patches)
✪ Built-in OLED screen with clear display
✪ 5 transparent knobs with LEDs
✪ 9V DC power supply
Effect Models List*
|01||Grand Chorus (GRD CHO)||Based on the legendary green ensemble chorus (chorus mode)|
|02||Sky Chorus (SKY CHO)||Based on the Arion® SCH-1 Stereo Chorus|
|03||Tiny Chorus (TINY CHO)||Based on Electronic-Harmonix® Small Clone|
|04||3D Chorus (3D CHO)||Producing a multi-dimensional chorus with independent depth control on left, center and right sound channels|
|05||Stereo Chorus (ST CHO)||Producing a magical stereo chorus effect with spread control|
|06||Bass Chorus (BASS CHO)||Based on world's first bass chorus pedal|
|07||Detune (DE TUNE)||Producing a slightly pitch-shifted signal combines with original signal|
|08||Normal Flanger (NORM FLG)||Producing classic flanging effect|
|09||Trem Flanger (TREM FLG)||Producing classic flanging effect combining with tremolo effect|
|10||Bass Flanger (BASS FLG)||Producing flanging effect designed for bass|
|11||90 Phaser (90 PHS)||Based on MXR® Phase 90|
|12||Green Phaser (GRN PHS)||Based on legendary 2-knob green phaser with sharp phasing effect|
|13||Pan Phaser (PAN PHS)||Producing a special phaser effect combing smooth tremolo (mono output)/pan (stereo output) variations|
|14||Helicopter Tremolo (HELI TREM)||Based on Demeter® Tremulator®|
|15||Opto Tremolo (OPTO TREM)||Simulates classic pulsing tremolo effect on '60s American amps|
|16||Bias Tremolo (BIAS TREM)||Simulates vintage bias tremolo effect on late '50s British amps|
|17||LUSH ROTO||Based on Shin-Ei® Uni-Vibe®|
|18||MINI ROTO||Based on Voodoo Lab® Micro Vibe|
|19||Grand Vibrato (GRD VIB)||Based on the legendary green ensemble chorus (vibrato mode)|
|20||Blue Vibrato (BLUE VIB)||Based on the legendary blue, BBD-based vibrato pedal|
|21||TRON WAH||Based on Electronic-Harmonix® Q-Tron|
|22||AUTO WAH||Fully controllable band pass filter with variable auto wah effects|
|23||RING MOD||Ring modulator with interesting inharmonic, bell-like frequency spectra|
|24||LO FI||Produces bitcrushing/sample reducing effect|
*The Manufacturers and product names mentioned in the list above are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The trademarks were used merely to identify the sound character of the products.
Numbers of Effects: 24
Numbers of Patches: 10 (2 banks x 5 patches)
Digital Processing: 24-bit A/D/A conversion, 44.1 kHz sample rate
Frequency Response: 20 Hz-20 kHz
S/N Ratio: Up to 110dB
Input Impedance: 1M Ohms
Output Impedance: 100 Ohms
Power Requirement: DC 9V, center negative
Current Consumption: 200mA minimum
Dimensions: 121mm (D) x 72mm (W) x 47mm (H)
Binary Editor Software Notice
1. If you find the Binary Editor doesn’t respond when you first launch the Binary Editor software, it may be because the Binary Editor is initializing (loading presets, user data, IR files, etc.). Please wait for a few seconds and try again.
2. Please launch the Binary Editor first before connecting your Binary pedal to your computer. If your device cannot be recognized, reconnect the power jack and try again.
Firmware Update Notice
To perform a manual update if your Binary pedal crashed:
1. Press and hold the ▼ footswitch along with the “-” and “GLOBAL” buttons, then power Binary on.
2. Connect a USB cable to your computer and open the Binary software.
3. Select the firmware update option and follow the procedure for the newest update.
4. After the update is complete, select and run “Restore Factory Settings” from the software.
5. When complete, disconnect the cable and operate your Binary as normal.
Warning: Breaking the USB connection during the firmware update process may result in an operation crash.