Video: Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dweller Phase Repeater Demo

Back in January at the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, Reverb's Jim Tuerk had a chance to drop by the Old Blood Noise Endeavors booth to check out what the boutique brand would be unveiling this year. Dan showed Jim a brand-new stompbox called the Dweller Phase Repeater—essentially, a hybrid circuit consisting of a phaser effect mixed with a delay.

As Dan explained to us back in January, a regular phaser effect is made up of various stages, and the Dweller adds time-stretching effects to each stage. The result is a pedal capable of familiar phases, warm delays, and totally unique mixtures of the two. Today, Andy had a chance to check the new offering out in the studio.

The Dweller features one toggle for selecting between its four- and eight-stage phaser voices and another for choosing one of three wave shapes: sine, triangle, or random step. The phaser effect is shaped by familiar controls—Rate, Depth, and Regen (to increase intensity)—while the "Stretch" control is responsible for dialing in delay times for each phaser stage.

Be sure to check out Andy's full demo above, and click here to get your own Dweller Phase Repeater right here on Reverb.


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