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Jun 20, 2018

The Frayed Knot Electronics‘s pedals were among the edgiest we saw and heard at the Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit 2018.

Here’s a video we shot at the event, with company owner Francois,  of the Bella-Donna, a “delay with a frequency modulated oscillator folding itself into the feedback path, giving drifting tremolo/modulation, rising/falling repeats, warped bell like harmonics, and more.”

It also has an envelop knob that reacts to your performance’s dynamics! List of controls under the video.

The Belladonna is a delay with a frequency modulated oscillator folding itself into the feedback path, giving drifting tremolo/modulation, rising/falling repeats, warped bell like harmonics, and more.

Functions:

R -repeats/ feedback

T – delay time( when set to zero, R can control
how much modulation/ how many harmonies get added to your signal!)

F- modulation oscillator center frequency
V- wet/dry mix

3xO- offsets: these 3 knobs work together to offset the amplitude, slope, and period of the frequency modulation/wavefolding.
(Modulation speed can go anywhere from lfo tremolo type repeats, to rising/falling shepard tones, to ultrasonic bubbling.)

footswitch- bypass

-16 bit 44100hz
-450ms delay
-1/4 mono in/out
-true bypass
-2.1mm center negative 9v dc 150ma
-conditional lifetime guarantee