NAMM 2024: “Taking octaver capabilities to the next level”: Mooer Audio hypes up its new pitch-shifter and harmony pedals with its latest X2 Series releases

Mooer Audio Tender Octaver X2 & Harmony X2
(Image credit: Mooer Audio)

It’s double trouble over at Mooer Audio as the firm has unveiled two new effects pedals in the run-up to NAMM 2024. These come in the form of the Harmony X2 and the Tender Octave X2, which are harmony and octave pedals respectively and continue Mooer’s no-nonsense approach to usability and interface design.

The Harmony X2 is, according to its makers, “a highly specialized and versatile harmonic shifting pedal” that’s designed for the studio and the stage. Players can flit between the major and minor modes of each of the 12 pitches of the chromatic scale for tailored harmonies. Select a root note and there are 11 harmony modes to play about with, including thirds, fifths, sevenths and octaves.  

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Phil Weller

A freelance writer with a penchant for music that gets weird, Phil is a regular contributor to Prog, Guitar World, and Total Guitar magazines and is especially keen on shining a light on unknown artists. Outside of the journalism realm, you can find him writing angular riffs in progressive metal band, Prognosis, in which he slings an 8-string Strandberg Boden Original, churning that low string through a variety of tunings. He's also a published author and is currently penning his debut novel which chucks fantasy, mythology and humanity into a great big melting pot.