EarthQuaker Devices Transmisser Reverb
Are you into the sounds of intergalactic time travel? Massive and all-encompassing sonic delight that seems to last for several lifetimes? If so, this is your pedal. Whether you want your verbs splashy and up front, or brooding and behind the scenes, the versatility is simply astounding and the darkness knob is proving to be one of the greatest additions to a reverb we have seen. The subtle delay adds MASSIVE amounts of space to the sound while keeping with a streamlined design scheme and unparalleled user-friendliness. EarthQuaker Devices keeps on coming through with uniquely usable yet thoroughly musical pedals. Love it!
Decay: This controls how long the reverb trails last. Trails become longer as you turn this clockwise.
Darkness: This controls the tone of the reverberated signal; darker clockwise, lighter counter-clockwise.
Freq: The controls the frequency of the resonant filter that processes the reverberated signal. Higher clockwise, lower counter clockwise. This can also be controlled by an expression pedal through the jack located on the Eastern side. Tip= Wiper, Ring= 3.3v and Sleeve= ground. We highly recommend the Moog brand of expression pedals because they know what’s up.
Warp: This is a system slew control. As you turn this control counter clockwise; the filter becomes deeper and more resonant, the decay becomes longer and warmer, the modulation grows wider and the whole system becomes more mellow. As you turn it clockwise, the whole system will tighten up and become more refined.
Rate: The Rate is hardwired for the optimum depth and controls the speed of the system-wide modulation in a narrow range that creates a sound far more unique than a simple modulated reverb. It is not only modulating the reverberation but also the Freq and Darkness within a small range that is dependent on where the Warp control is set. Faster clockwise and slower counter-clockwise.
Mix: This is the reverb blend control. It adjusts how much wet signal is blended with your dry. More clockwise, less counter-clockwise.
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