The Mooer Harmony X2 is a rather unique multi-mode stereo pitch-shifter pedal that lets you assign different notes to the left and right channel.
It’s a rather simple idea we haven’t seen implemented in any other pedal: you pick the note for channel L (anywhere from on octave up to a minus 6th) and another one for channel R (anywhere from an octave down to a plus 6th) and the pedal does its magic.
Each channel has its separate footswitch and volume knob and there’s a Dry control to set the amount of clean signal for the root note.
Dual input/output routing allows to route a mono channel to the stereo effect, or use the two pitch shifters in dual mono, so that two channels are processed separately.
THe Harmony also features a 7 preset system.