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Mar 18, 2019

It’s always great to discover new devices thanks to Knobs‘ state of the art videos. The Torontonian videographer just posted this video of the Black Hole Symmetry by French builder Collision Devices. This is a Delay with Modulation/Reverb with Pitch Shifting/Fuzz combo that is bound to intrigue those with shoegazing and experimental inclinations.

Check out the video below and skip to the various sections using the table of content, below:

0:44 – Overview
2:06 – Event Horizon
3:49 – Ergosphere
5:08 – Singularity
7:01 – Synth
7:55 – Outro

This pedal allows to you to have warm waves of sound, trembling repetitions, space sounds and of course to make a lot of noise.
Let’s enter in a new dimension. Go back in past. Or in future. We let you choose where your trip in the black hole will take you.

• Ergosphere (Modulated Delay) : It is based on the PT2399 chip to have a warm echo. The echo signal is modulated by two oscillators.

Settings : 
Mix : Proportion of wet signal in the mix
Time : Time between each repetition (From 0s to 1s)
Feedback : Number of repetitions
Modulation : Proportion of modulation in the delay signal
Speed : Speed of the main oscillator
Trimmer : Speed of the triangle oscillator
Activate switch

• Event Horizon (Space Reverb) : This long reverb is based on the FV1 chip. It harmonizes the reverb signal with a pitch shifter.

Settings : 
Mix :  Proportion of wet signal in the mix
Echo : Echo time (max 15s)
Radiancy : Proportion of pitch shifter in the echo signal
Pitch : Shift the pitch of the note
Activate switch

• Singularity (Destruction Fuzz) : The single setting “Disintegrate” allows you to raise your sound. Forget the fact that your drummer plays loudly.

Settings :

Disintegrate : Volume setting with a huge fuzz. Protect your ears please.
Activate switch