Strymon make incredible effects pedals and recently they released a pedal that redefined their product range called the Timeline, a pedal that incorporates all of Strymon’s Delay know-how into one 200 preset capable pedal. Now Strymon have taken all of their Modulation know-how and created a similar format pedal called Mobius, a pedal that is also capable of storing 200 user defined presets accessible by the simple bank up and down footswitches, full MIDI implementation and every modulation effect you could possibly wish for. Mobius also has two assignable knobs so you can assign custom parameters to the two Param knobs on the front panel, all saveable per preset. A unique Pre/Post Mode lets you can place your Mobius in two different locations in your mono signal chain, as I understand it this is set on a per preset basis rather than a global setting which us very cool.
Mobius provides twelve studio-class, fully tweakable, and completely adjustable modulation machines, Chorus, Flanger, Rotary, Vibe Phaser, Filter, Formant, Vintage Trem, Pattern Trem, Autoswell, Destroyer and Quadrature. You will be familiar with most of these but here are descriptions of the last couple of effects:
The Destroyer machine combines bit-crushing, sample-rate reduction, and lo-fi filtering alongside vinyl scratches and warps. From an old-timey 78 record, to video-game nostalgia, to a heinously corrupted under-sampled buzz, the Destroyer machine has the power, flexibility and sonic pedigree necessary to really muck things up just right.
The Quadrature machine handles another spectrum of signal corruption. Choose from AM (amplitude modulation), FM (frequency modulation), or Frequency Shifting (single side band modulation) to go where few have gone before. This mode is highly flexible with a variety of waveshapes to modulate the modulation.
Here are a few example videos: