Sending is an analog delay that melds the archaic voice of bucket brigade devices with a fully modern toolbox of digital control. It embraces the character and idiosyncrasies of the medium while delivering high quality sound and performance-friendly features worthy of the modern musician.
Using two MN3005 BBDs and comprehensive analog processing techniques, Sending can delay a sound up to a full second without clock noise, and it can be pushed to even longer times for compelling sonic degradation. At the input is a discrete preamplifier capable of subtle enhancement or warm saturation that melds perfectly with the delay line. A dual-mode feedback filter shapes the repeats into deep pulses or dub-style bright echoes. Its flexible LFO engine can modulate the delay time to create gentle movement or musical chaos. Conducting this analog ensemble is a 32-bit, 100MHz processor granting deep user control, preset functionality, and MIDI access to every parameter.
Sending is our love letter to the antiquated yet enduring technology of analog delay. As you explore its many shades of interplay between past and future, we hope you find it as immersive as we do.
Each knob has a primary and secondary function. Access secondary functions by pressing Shift once. Press again to return the panel to normal.
Time: delay time from <5ms to 1 second
Div: tempo divisions
Color: adjusts preamp gain while keeping level consistent
Trim: adjust volume up/down by 6dB
Mix: wet/dry blend
Mix Mode: Sets Mix knob as a crossfader between wet/dry or as a delay level control only
Feedback: sets the number of repeats, from one repeat to self-oscillation
Swell time: adjusts speed of feedback swell when Tap is held
Filter: cut lows or highs in the delay line
Rate: LFO rate
Chaos: LFO randomization
Depth: LFO intensity
Shape: Set LFO waveform
Preset Select Buttons (I, II, III): long press to save a preset, short press to recall
Engage Footswitch: turn effect on/off. Hold for 2 seconds to change the bypass mode.
Tap Footswitch: tap to set the delay time as a running average. Hold to ramp feedback up to max!