The Visitor from Old Blood Noise Endeavours aims to push the boundaries of what a modulation pedal is capable of.
This pedal is characterised by the ability to run modulations in parallel. As a result, the sounds you can create are in a constant state of flux; you can craft intriguing sonics from the ground-up that weave and stretch, pushing and pulling against one another in a fluid, continually evolving motion. These textures can be built using a combination of the three primary modulation settings – phaser, chorus and tremolo – and the two secondary modulation options – chorus and tremolo.
The modulation types can be quickly swapped between at the flick of a switch, while additional controls (regen, depth, rate and mix) provide a serious level of control and tuning of your sounds. However, it’s the secondary controls where the true unpredictability comes into play. The Secondary toggle allows you to swap from chorus to tremolo as the parallel modulation, and the Secondary knob then controls multiple parameters simultaneously. Experimentation is highly encouraged; welcome the Visitor into your life, you won’t regret it.
- Explore a world of layered, interweaving sonics thanks to a dual parallel modulation architecture.
- Compact, but highly creative.
- Two modes. Primary modulation (switch between phaser, chorus and tremolo). Secondary modulation (switch between chorus and tremolo).
- The Secondary knob controls rate, depth and delay offset of secondary modulation all at the same time!
- Expression in allows for hands-free control over the Secondary knob.
- Powered using a standard 9V PSU.
- Utilise a relay bypass switch.