Walrus Audio Slotva Multi-Texture Reverb Reflections of Kamakura Series Effects Pedal White
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Walrus Audio Slötvå Multi-Texture Reverb: Presets
The Slötvå Multi-Texture Reverb Reflections of Kamakura effects pedal from Walrus Audio is a variant of the Slö with the ability to create and save three presets. Save your favorite dreamscapes by simultaneously pressing and holding down on the bypass and sustain switches, then scroll through them by simultaneously pressing and releasing bypass and sustain. The Slötvå allows players to create lush, modulated, sleepy and ambient soundscapes. Stocked with three different algorithms specifically designed to invoke textures for bringing dreams from your subconscious to reality. The toggle switch allows three different reverb modes, Dark (Lower Octave), Rise (Ambient Swell) and Dream (Latching Pad), while secondary functions on the switch change between different wave shapes for the modulation on the reverb trail.
- Dark: Add a lower octave to your reverb trail, creating deep and wide atmospheric sounds and channel nightmarish soundscapes. X knob sets the level of a -1 octave signal that feeds the reverb.
- Rise: This is an auto-swell reverb for beautiful cinematic swells. Don't rush it. Let it breathe and gently wake up. X knob sets the amount of time it takes the reverb to swell in after a note is played. Set lower for shorter rise times and higher for longer rise times.
- Dream: Lush reverb with a latching pad function. Press the sustain switch to latch signal. Experiment with the X knob to add vibrato over the pad. Press sustain again and the pad will decrescendo according to where the decay knob is set. X knob sets the depth of vibrato applied to the reverb trail.
- Sine: Smooth and even pitch up and down modulation.
- Warp: Asymmetric pitch up modulation similar to a warped record.
- Sink: Asymmetric pitch down modulation for sinking detune similar to a Bigsby.