Promising everything it's bigger brother can do in a smaller and simpler footprint, this TonePrint-ready tool is set to shake the octaver game yet again with its capability to achieve polyphonic clarity and monophonic glitchiness.
Functionally, the TonePrint feature makes the Sub 'n' Up mini much larger than its box, but as always, some may find TonePrint a tad gimmicky.
That aside, we can see this new toy existing in the space between the EHX Nano POG and the Mooer Tender Octaver - both in terms of price and in footprint.
And it really doesn't sound half-bad either.
What say you? Check out the video below and let us know what you think!