The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Mondegreen pedal is a digital delay hellbent on giving you something different than what you put in. It’s delay. Into modulation. And it’s weird.
A three-way toggle switch selects between three modes of modulated delay. STUTTER: A delay with a percussive tremolo on the trails. WHIRL: A modulated delay adding chorus on the wet signal. SHEER: A delay with increasing octaves on the repeats.
Perhaps it’ll be strange enough in your hands. Perhaps I’m underestimating your adventurous nature. You sly dog. Precocious Pup. Get out of here. Go get weird.
9VDC - 2.1mm negative center pin adapter. 60 mA draw.
The art of the Mondegreen comes from the illustrative ends of Jake Blanchard's mind. Check out more of his excellent work here: http://www.jakeblanchard.co.uk
What began as a simple request for a vocal version of an Old Blood effect spiraled into a multi-function device with 10 new effects, versatile in/out and send/return sections oriented toward any instrument you want to throw at it, and ample control over all elements. It’s the new multi-tool for effects lovers on stage and in studio.
XLR preamp for use with microphone level signals
Switchable saturation section with blend, volume, and tone controls
Two independently controlled effects sections with modulations, delays, reverbs and octaves, and controls over mix and two parameters of each
A send/return to patch in external effects
Post-saturation dry output for mixing versatility
Relay bypass switching with momentary or latching functionality and effects trails
Combining a three-control analog tremolo and a multi-shape digital tap tremolo, the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Whitecap tremolo lets the user find new tremolo textures by combining the two sounds in series or parallel. Quick chops, slow ramps, asynchronous modulations, smooth sines, phase flipped undulations, textural rhythmic drifts - it’s all there in the Whitecap.
An analog tremolo with rate, depth, and volume controls
A digital tremolo with rate, depth, and volume controls as well as tap tempo and five selectable waveforms
A series/parallel toggle to run analog into digital or both side by side
Huge volume boost available in each side
Expression jack for external tap control
Ramp mode to shift the speed up or down by holding the tap footswitch
Relay bypass switching and standard 9VDC center negative power