MOD Devices’ founder, Gianfranco Ceccolini had a dream: having a multi-effects pedal that would never run out of effects, did not need a computer to be brought on the stage and could withstand the scrutiny of audiophiles everywhere. He set out to design a digital pedal that would provide more creative freedom and be more practical for live playing.
With the help of free software developers, the MOD ecosystem came to life, combining analog-digital hybrid hardware, an intuitive graphical interface, a Plugin Store and the Pedalboard sharing platform. After an initial product launch in Brazil that led to a successful Kickstarter campaign for the MOD Duo in 2014, MOD Devices is now based in Germany and has assembled an experienced and talented international team.
The MOD Quadra is launched as a product at the Expomusic SP in São Paulo, Brazil.
The Kickstarter campaign for the MOD Duo is funded, reaching 127% of its initial goal.
MOD HQ moves to Schleicher Electronics Berlin (assemblers of MOD products).
Shipping commences on the first units of the Kickstarter Pioneers batch.
Big launch of the MOD Duo at the NAMM Show.
New XF4 footswitch extension and Arduino shield are unveiled at Frankfurt Musikmesse.
MOD wins the Start-up Acceleration Program at Wallifornia Music Tech in Liège, Belgium.
MOD secures its seed round and starts to expand the team.
Professional developers start selling their plugins on the MOD Plugin Shop.
The MOD Duo X project is unveiled at Sónar+D in Barcelona.
MOD opens distribution in Germany, Austria, UK, Ireland, Spain and Portugal.
MOD covers all key European territories.
MOD secures its second seed round and launches the MOD Duo X limited edition.
The MOD Dwarf Kickstarter is funded in less than 24 hours.
The MOD Duo X hits stores’ shelves in Europe, U.S.A., and Asia.
The MOD Dwarf hit the shelves.