The Neuro Mobile App unlocks powerful features in Source Audio’s One Series line of effects pedals. Using a standard audio cable, the Neuro App connects from your device’s headphone jack to the Channel 2 Input of your One Series pedal. Use the Neuro App and its advanced effect editor to create highly customized presets, publish and share your presets with other Neuro users, or browse through the growing library of presets created by other Neuro users.
- Supports all Source Audio One Series pedals including: Nemesis Delay, Ventris Dual Reverb, True Spring Reverb, Vertigo Tremolo, Gemini Chorus, Mercury Flanger, Lunar Phaser, Aftershock Bass Distortion, L.A. Lady Overdrive, and Kingmaker Fuzz.
- Sound Editor mode overrides the pedal’s hardware controls and provides full software control of the pedal and access to an advanced collection of adjustable parameters.
- Browse Factory Sounds or access cloud based-preset sounds from other Neuro App users.
- Save and Share your custom presets directly through the App. Dial in that killer sound and publish to the cloud directly from your iOS device!
- Burn settings to your pedal using the App. Next time the pedal is powered on - it will keep your custom settings.
- Improvements and bug-fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I really like the idea here but the app is pretty hit or miss. Half the time I can’t get the community presets to load. The desk top version has the same issue and even when it does load on the desktop it sometimes won’t let you preview the preset. What I have to do is try to get the presets to load on my phone, try them out then look for them on the desktop app and add them to the pedal. If I add them from the phone you can’t edit the name so you just have a bunch of generic names that make it kind of confusing to navigate. There’s real potential here and if they can fix these few bugs I’ll probably buy a few more of the One Series pedals because they could be great.
The depth of parameters available is outstanding and the easy access to community presets is bar none. Software is bug free so their dev and test team must be excellent.
Can't sign up.
When I try to use the app, it first requires me to create an account, but when I try to do that, it fails every time with an error message about it not being able to find a host name. What's worse is that I can't create an account with the desktop version...it tells me I need to use the mobile version to create an account. Clad I tried it before wasting $400 on a pedal for which the app doesn't work.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.