Overview

The Tensor is a noisebox that gives users live reverse and tape stop effects, pitch-shifting, time-stretching, and hold functions in a pedalboard-friendly enclosure. With its knob-controllable intelligent randomization, the Tensor can produce anything from occasional stops, stutters, and rewinds to massive pitch jumps, random slicing, and rhythmic repeats.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Tensor Tape Delay
Finish
  • Gray
Year
  • 2010s
Categories
Pedal Format
  • Standard

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Reviews for the Red Panda Tensor Tape Delay
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  • The "ultimate" tape manipulation glitch-pitch machine

    Verified Purchase

    The Red Panda Tensor is one unbelievable pedal. Firstly, the sound quality is absolutely spectacular, as is the case with each and every Red Panda pedal I have purchased (Particle V1, Particle V2 and Raster V1). BEWARE: This pedal has a LOT happening under the hood and will require quite a few hour…

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  • Amazing.

    Verified Purchase

    As with anything on this level there is a learning curve to this pedal, but it is so worth it. As with all red panda devices, this is in essence Delay, but at it's most versatile and flexible. Similar to the raster, however instead of focusing on access to different types of effects (chorus, arpeggi…

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  • Weird But Accessible

    Verified Purchase

    It's pretty easy to figure out, considering how complicated this thing is. You can get some truly musical effects. Sometimes I feel like the odder end fo the pedal spectrum is only good for making robot noises, but the Tensor is useful. I def recommend trying it with an expression pedal though. It's hard to unlock the full potential without one.

  • fun pedal

    Verified Purchase

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  • Verified Purchase

    Perfect. Exactly what I hoped it would be and more. This is what I've been trying to accomplish with their Particle V1 since that came out, using reverse mode intro freeze and using a toe to blend the mix knob. Could not be happier with Tensor.