NAMM 2020: Teisco’s Interface pedal puts a DAW at your feet

A utility pedal with endless routing possibilities.

NAMM 2020: Teisco has launched a trio of pedals this NAMM, one of which is Interface,  touted to put “the power of a digital audio workstation (DAW) at your feet”.

Interface represents the brand’s first foray into utility pedals. This little green stompbox is the missing link between your go-to studio plugins and your pedalboard, offering endless routing possibilities thanks to two mono inputs, two stereo TRS outputs and USB-C connectivity.

It’s compatible with devices that run on Mac, Windows, iOS or Android and supports connection to a laundry list of music creation software. These include Cakewalk by BandLab, Cubase 10, GarageBand 10, Logic Pro X, Pro Tools 2018 and Reaper 5.

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Other features include independent gain and volume controls for each channel, a sample rate of 44.1kHz, a bit depth of 16 bits and true bypass switching capability. It also comes in a road-ready, premium zinc housing.

The other two pedals that have been unveiled by Teisco are Overdrive and Distortion. Both are self-explanatory, analogue stompers that offer tremendous quality at accessible prices. Overdrive ($129) is designed to be a transparent dirt box, while Distortion ($149) offers a high-gain tone with a distinctively British character.

These pedals join a growing Teisco line-up of fun, player-grade pedals which already include Delay, Fuzz and Boost which were unveiled at NAMM 2019.

Interface lists at $129. More information at teisco.com.

Keep up with NAMM 2020 news here.

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