Ottobit Jr. Bitcrusher and Sequencer


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About This Item

  • Handcrafted Algorithms
  • Variable Sample Rate and Bit Crushing
  • Vintage Synth inspired Low-Pass Filter
  • Triggered Stutter Effects
  • Sequencer module for Pitch, Filter or Decimation pattern sequencing
  • Tap Tempo for Sequencer and Stutter
  • Stereo input and output
  • Switchable input/output headroom level for Guitar, Synthesizer or Line levels
  • MIDI in/out over TRS via the EXP jack with compatible MIDI to TRS conversion box (not included)
  • Multi-function EXP jack for optional expansion: MIDI, Preset Switch, Expression Pedal or Tap Switch with compatible hardware.  (Expansion hardware not included)
  • Expression pedal control over all parameters simultaneously
  • Presets available via external 4-Preset switch or MIDI
  • Remote Tap Tempo Switch capable via the EXP jack
  • Premium analog signal path and 24-bit AD/DA w/32 bit floating point DSP
  • Premium Analog Devices JFET input section
  • Color – glossy black with subtle flake
  • Designed and built in Los Angeles, California U.S.A.


A Maniacal Little Machine, inspired by vintage gaming consoles.

Did I stutter? Yes, I did. An era when silicon defined sonics that were burned in our memory for years… Ottobit Jr. brings those sounds directly to your pedalboard.

To call it a bitcrusher would be an insult. The triggered stutter and pitch/filter/crush sequencers take you to side scrolling, coin collecting maze worlds. Add in a resonant low pass that competes with the best analog synths and grandpa SID would be proud.

Video Review: Ottobit Jr. Bitcrusher and Sequencer


Brand Meris
Weight (kg) 0.42 kg
Width (cm) 10.8
Length (cm) 11.4
Height (cm) 5.1
Battery No
Expression Yes
Jacks position on top Yes
Switching presets Yes
Power Supply 9 Volt
Tap tempo Yes
Bypass Switchable
Digital or Analog Digital
Current Draw, mA 150
Input Impedance, kΩ 1000
Best For Electric Guitars
Bass Guitars
Other Instruments

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Strange Little Pedal Packed with Potential

This pedal can do WAY MORE than turn a sound into something from an 80’s video game. Adjusting the “Sample” and “Bits" rate gives you a variety of options to mess with your original signal; settings can go from adding subtle distortion to sounding like someone is eating a microphone. The stutter effect has a lot of subtle in-between settings that give you rhythmic options to repeat/slice a sound. The sequencer is really easy to use and allows you to quickly play with Pitch, Filter, or “Decimator” settings. It's great for finding unique rhythm patterns and for plugging into a mixer bus to mess with tones. The build quality is very high-end, and the line-level option makes it perfect for the studio.