Old Blood Noise Endeavors Darkstar
Darkstar, from Old Blood Noise Endeavors, at its most base level is a Reverb, but it doesn't stop there. The reverb then goes through three modes, a Pitch shifter, a delay, or a bit crusher. The two control knobs change function when switching between the three modes. In Pitch, you have independent pitch controls for up and down an octave. In Delay, you have delay time and feedback. In Crush, there is pitch control and bit chrush amount. The Mix and Reverb controls adjust the level of the reverb and the decay of the reverb.
There are two footswitches on Darkstar, one for on/off (True Bypass), and the other for "holding" a note within the reverb. The note will be held as long as the footswitched is pressed. When pressed, other signals can still be sent through the reverb if the Mix is less than 100%.
An updated version of the pedal has clickless switching, and an internal trimpot to adjust volume. There is also an expression input which can be assigned to either of the two control knobs.
- Reverb with Mix and reverb time control
- Pitch mode with 2 seperate pitch controls for + and - one octave
- Delay mode with time and feedback controls
- Crush mode with +/- one octave and bit crush control
- Hold switch for sustainging a note through the reverb effect for as long as the Hold switch is pressed
- Bypass footswitch
- Clickless Switching
- Internal output volume trimpot
- Expression output with switch
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