At NAMM 2019 there was so much hype about the (wild) Chase Bliss Audio Automatone that hardly anybody noticed the prototype of the Blooper, that (apparently) was sitting in plain view inside the Chase Bliss booth throughout the Anaheim show.
Luckily, the Italian crew of AccordoTV caught it on camera and got owner/designer Joel to say a few things about it in the video streaming below.
This device is once again a collaboration pedal, a format the Minneapolis manufacturer seems to have grown fond of in recent months, since its latest three pedals were all the result of multi-handed/headed team work. In this case, the partners are 3 Degrees Audio (a very new company producing wicked looking digital effects) and Knobs, the talented Canadian videographer that produces all the Chase Bliss demos and is in charge of filming the process that leads to the creation of this effect.
The Blooper is hosted in a compact case in the classic Chase Bliss Audio format (6 knobs, two footswitches and tons of toggle and DIP switches). It’s a stereo looper that lets you do crazy things to the sampled audio.
Hear from Joel himself what it does in the video below.