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Feb 12, 2020

The Rêver, a delay/reverb born out of a collaboration between Old Blood Noise and Datachoir, was one of the most attention-grabbing devices at our 2019 Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit.

The latest sonic creation by the Oklahoma based builder, called Minim, draws direct inspiration from that design, updating the circuit’s foundation with…

…newly voiced reverb with harmonic tremolo, a modulated delay with nearly infinite repeats available, and a reverse section selectable between normal speed or double speed.

Also, its collage-style art is remarkably cool and beautiful.

Here’s the full list of features, the video below gets into the details.

A modulated reverb with controls for mix, modulation, and decay
A post-reverb modulated delay with controls for volume, delay time, and feedback
A reverse section with controls for mix and speed (for double time effects), activated with a clever footswitch for momentary or latching operation
Order switching to put reverse first in the chain for ambient wash or last in the chain for glitchy textures
Expression jack for external control of the Reverse mix
Internal trimpot to control output level
Relay bypass switching and standard 9VDC center negative power

Here are the vidz!

Looking back on an inspiring year of collaboration with Datachoir, Old Blood Noise Endeavors created Minim, a new pedal built from the foundation laid out by Rêver. Inside is a newly voiced reverb with harmonic tremolo, a modulated delay with nearly infinite repeats available, and a reverse section selectable between normal speed or double speed. Sat next to the Rêver, it’s like a long lost sibling. Put both on your board and see how well they get along.
Minim features:
A modulated reverb with controls for mix, modulation, and decay
A post-reverb modulated delay with controls for volume, delay time, and feedback
A reverse section with controls for mix and speed (for double time effects), activated with a clever footswitch for momentary or latching operation
Order switching to put reverse first in the chain for ambient wash or last in the chain for glitchy textures
Expression jack for external control of the Reverse mix
Internal trimpot to control output level
Relay bypass switching and standard 9VDC center negative power