Old Blood Noise EndeavorsDark Star Pad Reverb Pedal V2
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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dark Star V2
The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dark Star is a multifarious reverb pedal with a proclivity towards the dark and esoteric aspects of sound design. The pedal's reverb is processed through three modes: a delay, a pitch shifter, and a bit crusher. Pitch allows for separate control of up and down octaves, Delay offers controls for time and feedback parameters, and Crush features controls for pitch and amount. From there, the level and decay of the reverb can be adjusted to taste using the Mix and Reverb controls, respectively.
The Dark Star features two footswitches: one functions as a true bypass on/off switch, while the other is a momentary switch that holds the present note inside the reverb, sustaining it for as long as the footswitch is active. The V2 version of the pedal boasts clickless switching, an internal trimpot for volume adjustments, and a reassignable expression input.
Dark Star V2 Features
- Reverb with Mix and reverb time control
- Pitch mode with 2 separate 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 sustaining 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
- 9VDC - 2.1mm negative center pin adapter
- 60 mA draw
The Dark Star is what we would use to create long reverberated pads. The noises underneath the lead. The mood setter. That's the Dark Star. The way a song feels. That's because of the Dark Star.
At its heart, the Dark Star is a Reverb. Then the Reverb signal passes through three possible modes: Pitch, Delay and Crush. CTRL 1 and CTRL 2 correspond with the selected mode. In Pitch, you've got two independent pitch controls for + and - an octave. In Delay, you've got the Delay Time and Delay Feedback. In Crush, you've got a pitch control for +/- an octave and then a control for Bit Crush. The Mix and Reverb knobs control the mix of dry/wet signal and the decay of the reverb, respectively.
The Dark Star has two footswitches. The Bypass switch is your standard on/off True Bypass switch. The Hold switch is a momentary footswitch that when pressed, will lock in whatever note is being played through the reverb effect. This will sustain as long as the Hold switch is pressed. If the Mix control is set less than 100% wet, you can continue to play over the sustaining reverb signal.