Walrus AudioFable Granular Delay Pedal
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Walrus Audio Fable
Walrus Audio's Fable is a five-program delay/granular effect generator that offers choppy, melty, satisfying audio manipulation. Similar to the Lore, Fable gives you the same controls, but you're manipulating the grains' length and size, as well as the same tasty analog feedback path. Program one is a reverse delay into reverse granular which will create unique ping-pong effects as the grains reverse and then re-reverse with feedback building up. Program two is a forward delay into and octave up granular and program three is an analog delay into octave down granular, with these two programs exaggerating the pitching effects with the feedback parameters. Program four is unique as it can get you into strange granular reverb territory: it's a multi-tap granular into a multi-tap granular (Clouds into Clouds?) that can reveal some time-stretched gems and ethereal smear. Our last program is a forward delay into the randomized pitch granulator which can yield truly wild results that challenge the fabric of reality. There are very few pedals out there that can get into territories like the Fable from Walrus Audio and if you want to dip out of reality for a minute, this is the effect for you.
- Delay and granular effect pedal
- Analog feedback path
- 5 unique programs
- Controls for Feedback, Regen, Mod, Mix, X (varies based on program), Time and Tone
- Tap tempo switch
- Dimensions: 3.62 x 4.79 x 2.25 in
- Power Specs: 9VDC, 300mA PSU not included
Let your storybook adventure grow with the Fable Granular Soundscape Generator. The Fable creates new sonic adventures with five granular delay programs centered around sample and chop algorithms. The Fable generates its wonder with a dual feedback path developed by DSP engineers at Walrus Audio. With two DSP chips, your signal is run through two separate effects in series (independently controlled by the Feedback and Regen Knobs), then the signals are run back through both DSP chips again before going through the output. What does that mean? Artists will discover unique soundscapes ranging from smooth, flowing ambience; to bizarre, organic reverberance; to chaotic, glitchy swarms.