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Walrus Audio 385 MKII Dynamic Overdrive Effects Pedal (yellow)
Cat: 974679 Rel: 01 Nov 23
 
Dynamic overdrive effects pedal.
Notes: Inspired by the vintage Bell and Howell 385 Filmosound projector that guitarists have modified and used as guitar amps, Walrus has created a dynamic and responsive overdrive modeled after the projector's tone.

The 385 was developed to have the same simple but effective tone control as it's older relative, but unlike the projector, the 385 breaks up the single tone control and integrates separate, boost and cut bass and treble, allowing the player to get more creative with mid-frequency scoops and bumps allowing for a much wider array of tones to be achieved.

The pedal is internally running at 18v, which helps us nail the same dynamic feel of the amp in a stomp box.

This means it is extremely sensitive to how hard you dig in - just like the amp.

Updated for 2023.

Controls:

Bypass: Soft touch, relay true-bypass. Press the switch to engage/disengage the pedal. LED indicates whether the circuit is engaged or not.
A/B: Soft touch switch. Press to swap between using either A (White) or B (Red) Volume and Gain controls. LED indicates which controls are being used - White for A, Red for B.
Volume A: Controls the overall volume in the A setting. Turn clockwise for more volume, counter-clockwise for less volume.
Gain A: Controls the overall gain in the A setting. Turn clockwise for more gain, counterclockwise for less gain.
Volume B: Controls the overall volume in the B setting. Turn clockwise for more volume, counter-clockwise for less volume.
Gain B: Controls the overall gain in the B setting. Turn clockwise for more gain, counterclockwise for less gain.
Treble: Used to adjust the level of the treble frequencies. Turn clockwise to increase the level of the treble frequencies. Turn counter-clockwise to reduce the level of the treble frequencies.
Bass: Used to adjust the level of the bass frequencies. Turn clockwise to increase the level of the bass frequencies. Turn counter-clockwise to reduce the level of the bass frequencies.
385+ Switch: When the switch is down, you are able to achieve classic 385 sounds. Flip the switch up to add an additional gain stage to the input of the pedal, achieving heavier gain sounds and driving the pedal harder.

Specifications

The 385 comes in a matte black finish with yellow and red ink featuring original artwork of a vintage Belle and Howell 385 projector by David Huttner ready to give you the dynamic tone you've been searching for.
The die cast enclosure's exact size is 12.1 x 6.6 x 3.5 cm
Power requirements are 9VDC (100mA minimum). The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals.
Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended. Power supply not included.
Input: 1/4" TS, Unbalanced, 1M impedance
Output: 1/4" TS, Unbalanced, 10k impedance
True Bypass
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Walrus Audio ACS1 Amp & Cab Simulator Effects Pedal
Walrus Audio ACS1 Amp & Cab Simulator Effects Pedal (amplifier modeling effects pedal)
Cat: 811076 Rel: 10 Mar 21
 
Amplifier & cab simulator effects pedal
Notes: The [ACS1] is an amplifier and speaker cab simulator delivering the sound and feel of world-class amplifiers, complimentary speaker cabinets created by Tone Factor, and controllable room size. With the ACS1, players have expansive options to deliver their tone whether it's on stage, in the studio, or practicing at home. Simple controls, stereo in and out, onboard presets, and MIDI support make the ACS1 an immeasurable tool in a guitarist's arsenal. Players can also load in their own IRs and update firmware at walrusaudio.io.

Amplifiers

The ACS1 models three vintage amp styles crucial to music industry history designated by their places of origin. When running the ACS1 in stereo, one amp can be used through both channels or mix and match amps and cabinets on the left and right channels with the L + R switch. Simply choose the channel you want it to modify, select your amp and cab model, and set your levels. Then flip over to the other channel and choose your amp and cab settings. If you would like to use the same settings on both channels, set the switch to the middle or "+" and dial in all your settings. They will be duplicated on the left and right outputs.

Volume and Gain work together, similar to how they would on an amp. For example, increasing gain levels will also raise overall volume output so adjust the volume knob accordingly.

Fullerton is inspired by the classically snappy and clear Fender Deluxe Reverb. Clean headroom that blooms into the fat, rich breakup that players have come to love over the years.

London is inspired by a 1962 Marshall Bluesbreaker with a harmonically rich, valve-driven breakup. Perfect for sustained lead notes with tons of gain on tap and a punchy mid-ranged voicing.

Dartford is inspired by the legendary and jangly tones from a 1960s Vox AC30 with all the bite and chime from the British Invasion. Higher gain settings offer up plenty of saturation that represent the loudness and punch of the original amp cranked

Cabinet IRs

The ACS1 includes six IRs custom engineered by David Hislop and Kenyon Reed at Tone Factor. Each IR has been created with vintage amps to deliver the best tonal representation possible.

The IRs that are included in this update are based on a 90's UK-made AC30 6TB with Blue Alnicos, a Marshall JTM50 Tremolo Bluesbreaker 2x12 combo with UK-made 6402-cone G12M Greenbacks (16ohm versions that come in Marshall cabs, which are brighter than the 8ohm versions in Vox cabs), and a Vintage 1966 Fender Deluxe Reverb with it's original Jensen C12NA.

Visit tonefactor.com/ACS1 to explore their new XR IR Collection and see all of the complete IR packs with more microphones and placement options.

Users also have the option to load their own IRs via the customer web app found at walrusaudio.io.

Use the ABC Cab toggle switch to select your cab preference. Access the second set of cabs by holding down bypass while changing the cab toggle position.

Room Ambience

Simulate the size of the room that your amp and cabinet are in. At zero, it would resemble tracking your amp in an isolated environment with no reverb. At max would emulate a natural-sounding, large studio environment.

Presets

Save up to three presets onboard by dialling in your favourite sound then pressing and holding the bypass and boost switch simultaneously. Both LEDs will flash confirming your settings were saved. Cycle through presets by pressing and releasing bypass and boost simultaneously. The pedal will cycle through the three onboard presets - red, green, and blue. When power is removed from the pedal, it will boot up in the last used preset. Using MIDI, up to 128 presets can be saved and recalled.


Factory presets are as follows:

Red:
Fullerton Amp
Deluxe Cab / SM57
EQ - Bass - 2 / Mid - noon / Treb - 1 o'clock
Gain - 1 o'clock
Vol - 1 o'clock
Room - 9 o'clock
Vol and Gain Boost - 2 o'clock

Green:

London Amp
Bluesbreaker Cab / SM57
EQ - Bass - 11 / Mid, Treb - noon
Gain - 1 o'clock
Vol - 1 o'clock
Room - 9 o'clock
Vol and Gain Boost - 2 o'clock

Blue:

Dartford Amp
AC30 6TB Cab / SM57
EQ - Bass - 1 / Mid - 11 / Treb - 2 o'clock
Gain - 1 o'clock
Vol - 1 o'clock
Room - 9 o'clock
Gain Boost - 2 o'clock

Boost

A boost feature is available by pressing the boost switch. It allows you to quickly jump to a preset level of volume and/or gain. The boost LED will flash letting you know that it is active. To set the boost, simply click the switch on and adjust the volume and gain knobs to taste. Pressing the boost switch again will save your boost settings and return the pedal to its normal level of volume and gain.

Specifications:

The ACS1 comes in an anodized gold finish with black and green ink.
The enclosure's exact size with knobs is 4.9" x 2.52" x 2.64".
Power requirements are 9VDC (300mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals. Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended. Power supply not included.
24-bit 48kHz A/D and D/A converters for high quality audio.
32-Bit floating point processing.
Sharc & ARM co-processors.
Update firmware and load IR cabinets at www.walrusaudio.io
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Walrus Audio ARP-87 Onyx Edition Delay Effects Pedal
Cat: 984210 Rel: 24 Nov 23
 
A delay effects pedal
Notes: *** Onyx Edition ***

The ARP-87 is a compact, feature-rich delay, packed with a large pallet of inspirational delay tones. Featuring four main algorithms, digital, analog, lo-fi, and slap back, the ARP-87 can cover some serious ground in the world of echoes. The Digital algorithm boasts pristine, crystal clear repeats great for rhythmic riffs. The Analog setting works well to add warmth and dimension to chords and lines without getting in the way. The Lo-Fi algorithm, with its adjustable frequency range on the repeats, goes from warm, warped, and murky, to strait AM radio. Finally, the Slap setting makes it easy to dial in a great slap back echo perfect for smoking chicken pickin' runs.

With other features like the smart bypass switching, and momentary knob ramp, the ARP-87 provides endless creative opportunities that are waiting to be explored.The X knob changes functions depending on which Algorithm you are using. It adjusts a specific parameter in each algorithm.

In Digital, Analog, and Slap modes, the knob will control modulation depth. In Lo-fi mode, the knob will control Filter width. Note that when changing delay types this loads a whole new algorithm and the tempo must be tapped in again.

Trails Mode

The ARP-87 can be run in trails or no trails mode. In trails mode, when you turn the pedal off, the delay trails die off naturally. In no trails mode, the delay trails are abruptly cut off when you turn the pedal off. To toggle between either mode, hold down the bypass switch for 1 second while applying power to the pedal. Unplug power and repeat to toggle to the other mode.

Momentary Functions

When the switch is in off position, press and hold the Bypass Switch to temporarily activate the effect to add a moment of delay texture. Releasing the switch turns the effect off. When the effect is on, press and hold the bypass switch to momentarily ramp the X parameter to maximum. Releasing the switch sets the X parameter back to the knob location. Press and hold the Tap Switch to temporarily ramp the feedback to maximum.
Release to set the feedback back to the knob location.

The ARP-87 comes in a Frosted Charcoal finish with cream and seafoam ink featuring original artwork by Chris Castro of a lone ship traveling through the ARP-87 Galaxies.
Dimensions and power consumption:

6,6 x 12,2 x 5,6 cm (W x D x H)
100 mA

In the box:

Walrus Audio ARP-87
Manual
Sticker
Guitar pick
Pouch
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Walrus Audio Canvas Passive Re-Amp DI Box
Walrus Audio Canvas Passive Re-Amp DI Box (passive re-amp studio tool)
Cat: 951216 Rel: 20 Jun 23
 
Studio grade reamp with built-in transformator.
Notes: Adding another tool to the musical paint pallet, Walrus Audio is creating another way to design your tone with the Canvas Series Passive Re-Amp. The Re-Amp is a studio tool designed to send recorded guitar, drums, or other instrument tracks from your recording session through pedals and effects, or different amp combinations. The Re-Amp makes it's appearance to facilitate all-new ways to experiment with your songs.

Adding another tool to the musical paint pallet, Walrus Audio is creating another way to design your tone with the Canvas Series Passive Re-Amp. The Re-Amp is a studio tool designed to send recorded guitar, drums, or other instrument tracks from your recording session through pedals and effects, or different amp combinations. The Re-Amp makes it's appearance to facilitate all-new ways to experiment with your songs.

Artists and producers can save time on tracking sessions by recording dry tracks first, then using Canvas Re-Amp's custom transformer to convert line-level signals, optimizing them to work with amps and guitar pedals of any kind to explore limitless tones and sounds.

Using a Re-Amp

1. From your DAW, audio track goes into the Canvas Re-Amp.
2. Out from Re-Amp into pedals or mic'd amp.
3. Out from pedals / amp back into DAW.

Specs

Frequency Response: 20Hz To 20kHz
THD+N: 0.07% @ 20Hz / +4dBu Input 0.001% @ 1kHz / +4dBu Input
Maximum Input Level: +21dBu @ 20Hz
Noise Floor: -116dBu
Signal To Noise Ratio: 114dB @ 1kHz
Input: Balanced Line-Level
Input Impedance: 3k Ohms
Output: Unbalanced Instrumental-Level
Output Impedance: 2.5k Ohms
Common Mode Rejection Ratio:79dB @ 20Hz / +4dBu Input
Power Requirement : None - Passive
Audio Circuit: Transformer Isolated
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Walrus Audio Canvas Power 15 Effects Pedal Power Supply Unit
Cat: 1021244 Rel: 31 Aug 24
 
15 outputs power supply unit
Notes: The Canvas Power 15 has 15 isolated power outputs delivering up to 500mA of clean power at 9v. Two of the outlets are variable voltage, letting you switch between 9v, 12v, and 18v for powering high-voltage pedals. It also includes a USB-C port for powering devices like your phone or tablet while you play.

Canvas Power Supplies bring simplicity and modularity to powering your pedalboard. Delivering up to 500mA of silent, isolated, and clean 9V power to each output, these power supplies are perfect for the modern pedalboard. The Canvas Power series is built using modern switch mode supply architectures. This means each output is isolated, highly efficient, and heavily filtered ensuring they supply plenty of power with incredibly low noise.

Each model is available for purchase as a standalone power supply or as a linkable unit to another supply via 24v power link, allowing Canvas Power to grow with your power needs without adding another cable you need to plug into the wall.

Note: to purchase a Canvas Power 15 Link select the Link option AND 24v Link Cable option together before adding to your cart.

The super slim design allows Canvas Power Supplies to fit under nearly any pedalboard, and the included universal mounting brackets mean you don't have to worry about your power supply staying put when you're hustling to your next gig.

The onboard LED power meter lets you clearly see how much power consumption is remaining, and each output has its own LED indicator letting you know when it's sending power.

Walrus have also developed custom 2.1mm barrel cables with a 90-degree plug on one end, and the all-new super short straight plug on the other, giving you the maximum flexibility for fitting these power supplies into tight spaces. Of course, they all accept standard 2.1mm barrel cables as well, but they won't be nearly as cool.

Canvas Power 15 Details

The Canvas Power 15 has 15 isolated power outputs delivering up to 500mA of clean power at 9v. Two of the outlets are variable voltage, letting you switch between 9v, 12v, and 18v for powering high-voltage pedals. It also includes a USB-C port for powering devices like your phone or tablet while you play.

What's in the Box?

- 1 x Canvas Power Supply
- 18" straight to right angle DC Cable - Qty. 5
- 36" straight to right angle DC Cable - Qty. 10
- 96W, 24V DC 4A power brick and country specific IEC cable
- L style mounting bracket set

Dimensions: 312mm x 54mm x 25.5mm (12.28in x 2.12in x 1in)
Weight: 426g (.93lbs)
13 - 9VDC 500mA outputs
2 - 9V, 12V or 18V variable outputs
1 - 5V 1.5A USB C charging output
96W Power Brick Dimensions: 146mm x 57mm x 31.5mm (5.74in x 2.24in x 1.24in)
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Walrus Audio Canvas Power 22 Effects Pedal Power Supply Unit
Cat: 1021250 Rel: 31 Aug 24
 
22 outputs power supply unit
Notes: The Canvas Power 22 has 22 isolated power outputs delivering up to 500mA of clean power at 9v. Two of the outlets are variable voltage, letting you switch between 9v, 12v, and 18v for powering high-voltage pedals. It also includes a USB-C port for powering devices like your phone or tablet while you play

Canvas Power Supplies bring simplicity and modularity to powering your pedalboard. Delivering up to 500mA of silent, isolated, and clean 9V power to each output, these power supplies are perfect for the modern pedalboard. The Canvas Power series is built using modern switch mode supply architectures. This means each output is isolated, highly efficient, and heavily filtered ensuring they supply plenty of power with incredibly low noise.

Each model is available for purchase as a standalone power supply or as a linkable unit to another supply via 24v power link, allowing Canvas Power to grow with your power needs without adding another cable you need to plug into the wall.

Note: to purchase a Canvas Power 22 Link select the Link option AND 24v Link Cable option together before adding to your cart.

The super slim design allows Canvas Power Supplies to fit under nearly any pedalboard, and the included universal mounting brackets mean you don't have to worry about your power supply staying put when you're hustling to your next gig.

The onboard LED power meter lets you clearly see how much power consumption is remaining, and each output has its own LED indicator letting you know when it's sending power.

Walrus Audio have also developed custom 2.1mm barrel cables with a 90-degree plug on one end, and the all-new super short straight plug on the other, giving you the maximum flexibility for fitting these power supplies into tight spaces. Of course, they all accept standard 2.1mm barrel cables as well, but they won't be nearly as cool.

Canvas Power 22 Details

The Canvas Power 22 has 22 isolated power outputs delivering up to 500mA of clean power at 9v. Two of the outlets are variable voltage, letting you switch between 9v, 12v, and 18v for powering high-voltage pedals. It also includes a USB-C port for powering devices like your phone or tablet while you play.

What's in the Box?

If you purchase Canvas Power 22 Power Supply:

- 1 x Canvas Power Supply
- 18" straight to right angle DC Cable - Qty. 7
- 36" straight to right angle DC Cable - Qty. 15
- 96W, 24V DC 4A power brick and country specific IEC cable
- L style mounting bracket set

Dimensions: 417mm x 54mm x 25.5mm (16.41in x 2.12in x 1in)
Weight: 572g (1.26lbs)
20 - 9VDC 500mA outputs
2 - 9V, 12V or 18V variable outputs
1 - 5V 1.5A USB C charging output
96W Power Brick Dimensions: 146mm x 57mm x 31.5mm (5.74in x 2.24in x 1.24in)
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Pre-orders at Juno

This product is available for pre-order at Juno, for shipping on the release date. You won’t be charged until the order is despatched.

We'll keep you informed of your order at every stage, and let you know if the release date changes.

If the price of the item drops before it's released, you will pay the lower price, but if it increases, you'll only pay the price you see today.

If you also include in-stock items on your order, they’ll be charged and shipped within 24 hours as usual.
est. release 31 Aug 24 $422.40
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Walrus Audio Canvas Power 5 Effects Pedal Power Supply Unit
Cat: 1021235 Rel: 04 Jun 24
 
5 outupts power supply unit
Notes: Canvas Power Supplies bring simplicity and modularity to powering your pedalboard. Delivering up to 500mA of silent, isolated, and clean 9V power to each output, these power supplies are perfect for the modern pedalboard. The Canvas Power series is built using modern switch mode supply architectures. This means each output is isolated, highly efficient, and heavily filtered ensuring they supply plenty of power with incredibly low noise.

Each model is available for purchase as a standalone power supply or as a linkable unit to another supply via 24v power link, allowing Canvas Power to grow with your power needs without adding another cable you need to plug into the wall.

Note: to purchase a Canvas Power 5 Link select the Link option AND 24v Link Cable option together before adding to your cart.

The super slim design allows Canvas Power Supplies to fit under nearly any pedalboard, and the included universal mounting brackets mean you don't have to worry about your power supply staying put when you're hustling to your next gig.

The onboard LED power meter lets you clearly see how much power consumption is remaining, and each output has its own LED indicator letting you know when it's sending power.

Walrus Audio have also developed custom 2.1mm barrel cables with a 90-degree plug on one end, and the all-new super short straight plug on the other, giving you the maximum flexibility for fitting these power supplies into tight spaces. Of course, they all accept standard 2.1mm barrel cables as well, but they won't be nearly as cool.

Canvas Power 5 Details

The Canvas Power 5 has 5 isolated power outputs delivering up to 500mA of clean power at 9v. One of the outlets is variable voltage, letting you switch between 9v, 12v, and 18v for powering high-voltage pedals.
What's in the Box?

If you purchase Canvas Power 5 Power Supply:

- 1 x Canvas Power Supply
- 18" Straight to right angle DC Cable - Qty. 5
- 48W, 24V DC 2A power brick and country specific IEC cable
- C style mounting bracket set
- M3 Hex Key

Dimensions: 133mm x 54mm x 25.5mm (5.23in x 2.12in x 1in)
Weight: 186g (.41lbs)
4 - 9VDC 500mA outputs
1 - 9V, 12V or 18V variable output
48W Power Brick Dimensions: 100mm x 57mm x 31.5mm (3.93in x 2.24in x 1.24in)
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Walrus Audio Canvas Power 8 Effects Pedal Power Supply Unit
Cat: 1021240 Rel: 04 Jun 24
 
8 outputs power supply unit
Notes: Canvas Power Supplies bring simplicity and modularity to powering your pedalboard. Delivering up to 500mA of silent, isolated, and clean 9V power to each output, these power supplies are perfect for the modern pedalboard. The Canvas Power series is built using modern switch mode supply architectures. This means each output is isolated, highly efficient, and heavily filtered ensuring they supply plenty of power with incredibly low noise.

Each model is available for purchase as a standalone power supply or as a linkable unit to another supply via 24v power link, allowing Canvas Power to grow with your power needs without adding another cable you need to plug into the wall.

Note: to purchase a Canvas Power 8 Link select the Link option AND 24v Link Cable option together before adding to your cart.

The super slim design allows Canvas Power Supplies to fit under nearly any pedalboard, and the included universal mounting brackets mean you don't have to worry about your power supply staying put when you're hustling to your next gig.

The onboard LED power meter lets you clearly see how much power consumption is remaining, and each output has its own LED indicator letting you know when it's sending power.

Walrus Audio have also developed custom 2.1mm barrel cables with a 90-degree plug on one end, and an all-new super short straight plug on the other, giving you the maximum flexibility for fitting these power supplies into tight spaces. Of course, they all accept standard 2.1mm barrel cables as well, but they won't be nearly as cool.

Canvas Power 8 Details

The Canvas Power 8 has 8 isolated power outputs delivering up to 500mA of clean power at 9v. Two of the outlets are variable voltage, letting you switch between 9v, 12v, and 18v for powering high-voltage pedals. It also includes a USB-C port for powering devices like your phone or tablet while you play.

What's in the Box?

If you purchase Canvas Power 8 Power Supply:

- 1 x Canvas Power Supply
- 18" straight to right angle DC Cable - Qty. 5
- 36" straight to right angle DC Cable - Qty. 3
- 48W, 24V DC 2A power brick and country specific IEC cable
- L style mounting bracket set

Specifications

Dimensions: 207mm x 54mm x 25.5mm (8.14in x 2.12in x 1in)
Weight: 283g (.62lbs)
6 - 9VDC 500mA outputs
2 - 9V, 12V or 18V variable outputs
1 - 5V 1.5A USB C charging output
48W Power Brick Dimensions: 100mm x 57mm x 31.5mm (3.93in x 2.24in x 1.24in)
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Walrus Audio Canvas Stereo Line Isolator & Passive DI Box
Cat: 873375 Rel: 10 May 22
 
The Canvas Stereo is a Direct Box/LIne Isolator designed to remove any resistance between you and your audience by giving a pristine, sonic foundation to build your stereo masterpiece upon.
Notes: Consider this your clean slate. The Canvas Stereo is a Direct Box/LIne Isolator designed to remove any resistance between you and your audience by giving a pristine, sonic foundation to build your stereo masterpiece upon. From houses of worship to the dive bar downtown, Canvas Stereo is built to be the performance tool that goes wherever you are making your music.

Canvas Stereo is a Passive Line Isolator (LI) and Direct Injection (DI) device that converts your unbalanced signals into balanced signals for interfacing properly with your recording interface or mixer at front-of-house. If you're using an amp-in-a-box (DSP Guitar Rig), like our ACS1, keyboards, or any other instrument utilizing both left and right outputs, then the Canvas Stereo is your new bridge to the front-of-house. The Canvas Series DIs pack everything you need from a DI/LI into a standard pedal-sized enclosure designed to look great right on top of your board.

Direct Injection:
Use DI mode when connecting an unbalanced, high impedance source (Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, etc). The signal will be reduced by -20dB (-35dB with pad engaged) and converted to a balanced signal via the transformer connected to the XLR output. Use the gain on your mixer or preamp to bring up to line level.

Line Isolator:
Use the LI when needing to connect your unbalanced, low impedance source (Amp + Cab Sim like the ACS1, keys, etc.). The signals will remain full volume and be converted to balanced signals via the transformer connected to the XLR output. Less preamp gain will be required in LI.

DI or LI?
When deciding between DI or LI, check with the manufacturer of your gear to find the output impedance of the device you are wanting to interface. For a general guide:High Impedance = anything above 1k = Use DILow Impedance = less than 1k = Use LI .

Troubleshooting:
This is a passive device, so you will not damage anything if connected improperly, but it could affect the signal level and frequency response if not connected properly. This is an easy thing to test since the LI/DI switch is built into Canvas. If you lose high-frequency information when using LI mode, then you should probably be in DI mode.
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Walrus Audio Canvas Tuner Pedal
Cat: 980077 Rel: 13 Nov 23
 
Flexible hi-end tuner pedal with rich graphics LCD display in full colour
Notes: Arguably the most important pedal on your board, the Canvas Tuner ensures that your instrument is ready to sound its best with the perfect meld of versatility and precision.

Packaged in the same tough-as-nails, tour-ready enclosure as all Walrus pedals, the Tuner features a bright 2.8" TFT LCD display that can be viewed under just about any stage lighting conditions, multiple screen orientations, i0.1 cent accuracy, buffered or true bypass options and more. The Canvas Tuner ensures that you have the most accurate brush to paint your sonic picture.

Uncompromising Accuracy

Precise and accurate tuning you expect with i0.1 cent accuracy and multiple tuning presets. Tune with confidence, allowing your music to shine with clarity.

A World of Sound at Your Fingertips

With a flat frequency range spanning from 20Hz to 20KHz, the Walrus Audio Tuner is ready to handle tuning for low bass notes to high-strung acoustics. Even bassists needing that low B rumble can tune with confidence.

See the Music Come to Life

The 2.8" TFT LCD display is your window to pitch-perfection. Its crystal-clear quality ensures your tuning is always on point, even under the blazing stage lights or glaring sunlight.

Tailored to Your Preferences

Tailor your tuning experience to your liking with multiple screen orientation options and selectable Strobe or Needle tuning modes. Your preferences, your performance.

Your Aesthetic, Your Way

Match your style with ease. The Walrus Audio Tuner comes with eight colour themes and multiple screen savers including a custom picture mode* allowing you to personalize your tuner to fit your unique aesthetic. *Photos can be uploaded to the tuner via walrusaudio.io.

Tune Faster with Tune Assist

Let Tune Assist guide you swiftly and accurately through your tuning process. Quick and easy tuning has never been so effortless. With Tune Assist, once your note stays in tune longer than a pre-determined threshold, a border outlining the display will flash letting you know that you are in tune and can move to the next string.

Versatile Bypass Options

Enjoy ultimate flexibility with buffered bypass which routes your audio through the clean, low-noise, high headroom audio buffer with a Total Harmonic Distortion ratio of .001%. This buffer offers a high input impedance of 1M Ohms and low output impedance of 400 Ohms to maintain the highest level of single integrity. Other available bypass modes include relay bypass, monitor mode, and pass-thru.

Customize Your Reference Pitch

Adjust the reference pitch from 390Hz to 490Hz to suit your musical needs. Precision tuning for any style of music.

Stay Current with Firmware Updates

Keep your tuner up to date with firmware updates via www.walrusaudio.io. Experience continuous improvement and new features as they become available.
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Walrus Audio Eons Five-State Fuzz Effects Pedal
Cat: 902848 Rel: 03 Oct 22
 
Eons is a five-state fuzz capable of massively thick sounds ready to test the limits of any amp's grill cloth.
Notes: For Eons, man has thought the sound of thunder to be from the heavens above, echoing boastfully over us as we stay safe from its greatness. However, legend tells of a stoic and indomitable beast residing in the highest mountains seen and heard only by the most brash of travelers. With gnarled and twisted horns, this creature emits a sound thicker than Earth's crust to command attention and warn all who stand in his way. This is Eons.

Eons is a five-state fuzz capable of massively thick sounds ready to test the limits of any amp's grill cloth. Use the Voltage (lightning bolt) knob to crank up to 18 volts into the pedal's circuit for massive, open fuzz sounds, or choose to starve it down to 3 volts for spatty, gated fuzz. Experiment with the Voltage and Mode knobs for nearly endless styles of fuzz tones. Find vintage-inspired sounds emanating from the stages of Woodstock to chaotic three-chord punk rock. Eons is ready for a fight.

The Eons features a five-position rotary knob that offers the following clipping configurations. Think of them as different "flavors" of the pedal:
I. Silicon soft clipping traditional fuzz that's well rounded with a huge sound; compressed and smooth.
II. Silicon clipping with an added bass boost that boosts the low end at the beginning of the circuit; compressed and crunchy.III. Germanium soft clipping with a feel of "what if a distortion and fuzz had a kid?"; crunchy and dynamic.
IV. LED clipping diodes with a slight high-end cut; dynamically dark.
V. Hard clipping silicon transistors combined with LED and Silicon soft clipping diodes. The rowdiest of the modes with tons of gain: compressed, loud, and angry.

Specs

The Eons comes in a sandy tan enclosure color with red, cream and black ink. Artwork features a stoic four horned, Markhor goat illustrated by Adam Forster.
9V DC, center negative, 100mA min
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals.
Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended. Power supply not included.
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Walrus Audio Fable Granular Soundscape Generator Effects Pedal
Cat: 933053 Rel: 03 Apr 23
 
Unique soundscapes ranging from smooth ambience to bizarre reverberance to chaotic glitchy swarms.
Notes: Delay and granular sampling combine to create unique ambience effects, creative reverbs and glitchy chaos. Hugely versatile pedal with five contrasting programs.

Supplier's Notes:
In the high woodlands of the north, undiscovered by most inhabitants, there ruled a clan of old, mystic Treefolk. On the first new moon of spring, these Treefolk could be heard grafting limbs to grow their young - splicing bits of branches from each generation to produce the next line of Treefolk. These new beings keep the lifeblood of all who came before in their new skin. These sounds are in part very old, but in part very new. They are referred to as... Fable.

Let your storybook adventure grows with the Fable Granular Soundscape Generator. The Fable gives you five all-new programs centered around sample and chop delay algorithms to create bizarrely beautiful networks of sampled and resampled sounds. The Fable uses a powerful dual DSP architecture to combine delay programs in series with granular sampling algorithms, each with its own analogue feedback path. Find unique soundscapes ranging from smooth, flowing ambience; to bizarre, organic reverberance; to chaotic, glitchy swarms.

So, what exactly is this granular effect and why is it a magical experience when combined with delay? Granular is a digital processing technique of micro-sampling, wherein short samples called grains are read from a delay buffer. In the Fable, players can adjust these grains by manipulating their sampling length, position, and buffer size from which they're read. They can be played at double or half speed for pitch shift and time stretching effects, play them in reverse, read from multiple positions, and more, in order to achieve different effects.

It's a powerful but complex technique and Walrus Audio created five streamlined programs in the Fable that explore different aspects of its sonic range.

Programs

I. Reverse Delay into Reverse Granular

Program 1 runs a reverse delay into a reverse granular algorithm, in which sampled grains are played backwards. Reversal and re-reversal build up in the feedback paths, creating a complex and organically shifting soundscape. Turn grain size down for long, smooth reversed transients, and grain size up for stuttering reverse glitch madness.

II. Forward Delay into Octave Up Granular

Program 2 runs a forward delay into an octave-up granular program, in which sampled grains are played at double speed. Swarms of double-speed grains build up in the feedback path for bright and airy cascades of sound.

III. Analogue Delay into Octave Down Granular

Program 3 runs a warm, dark analogue-style delay into an octave-down granular program, in which sampled grains are played back at half speed. Slowed down repeats combine with analogue-style processing to create deep, thunderous footfalls and thick, murky ambience.

IV. Multi-Tap Granular into Multi-Tap Granular (Grain-Verb)

Program 4 runs two multi-tap granular algorithms in series, in which multiple samples are played back from each granular buffer simultaneously. Multiple points of sampled sound build upon each other in the feedback paths to create glitchy clouds and unique organic reverberance. Time in this program controls time-stretching of both granular algorithms, changing both the length and tonal character of the granular effect.

V. Forward Delay into Randomized Pitch Granular

Program 5 runs a forward delay into a randomized pitch granular program, in which each grain is played back at a randomly selected speed and direction, varying between pitched up double speed, pitched down half speed, normal speed, plus forward and reversed playback from grain to grain. Pitch changes with each new grain, so play with the X knob in this program to control the rate of randomized pitch modulation.
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Walrus Audio Fable Granular Soundscape Generator Effects Pedal (all black)
Cat: 1005021 Rel: 14 Mar 24
 
Granular soundscape generator effects pedal, all black
Notes: In the high woodlands of the north, undiscovered by most inhabitants, there ruled a clan of old, mystic Treefolk. On the first new moon of spring, these Treefolk could be heard grafting limbs to grow their young - splicing bits of branches from each generation to produce the next line of Treefolk. These new beings keep the lifeblood of all who came before in their new skin. These sounds are in part very old, but in part very new. They are referred to as... Fable.

Let your storybook adventure grows with the Fable Granular Soundscape Generator. The Fable gives you five all-new programs centered around sample and chop delay algorithms to create bizarrely beautiful networks of sampled and resampled sounds. The Fable uses a powerful dual DSP architecture to combine delay programs in series with granular sampling algorithms, each with its own analogue feedback path. Find unique soundscapes ranging from smooth, flowing ambience; to bizarre, organic reverberance; to chaotic, glitchy swarms.

So, what exactly is this granular effect and why is it a magical experience when combined with delay? Granular is a digital processing technique of micro-sampling, wherein short samples called grains are read from a delay buffer. In the Fable, players can adjust these grains by manipulating their sampling length, position, and buffer size from which they're read. They can be played at double or half speed for pitch shift and time stretching effects, play them in reverse, read from multiple positions, and more, in order to achieve different effects.

It's a powerful but complex technique and Walrus Audio created five streamlined programs in the Fable that explore different aspects of its sonic range.

Programs

I. Reverse Delay into Reverse Granular

Program 1 runs a reverse delay into a reverse granular algorithm, in which sampled grains are played backwards. Reversal and re-reversal build up in the feedback paths, creating a complex and organically shifting soundscape. Turn grain size down for long, smooth reversed transients, and grain size up for stuttering reverse glitch madness.

II. Forward Delay into Octave Up Granular

Program 2 runs a forward delay into an octave-up granular program, in which sampled grains are played at double speed. Swarms of double-speed grains build up in the feedback path for bright and airy cascades of sound.

III. Analog Delay into Octave Down Granular

Program 3 runs a warm, dark analogue-style delay into an octave-down granular program, in which sampled grains are played back at half speed. Slowed down repeats combine with analogue-style processing to create deep, thunderous footfalls and thick, murky ambience.

IV. Multi-Tap Granular into Multi-Tap Granular (Grain-Verb)

Program 4 runs two multi-tap granular algorithms in series, in which multiple samples are played back from each granular buffer simultaneously. Multiple points of sampled sound build upon each other in the feedback paths to create glitchy clouds and unique organic reverberance. Time in this program controls time-stretching of both granular algorithms, changing both the length and tonal character of the granular effect.

V. Forward Delay into Randomized Pitch Granular

Program 5 runs a forward delay into a randomized pitch granular program, in which each grain is played back at a randomly selected speed and direction, varying between pitched up double speed, pitched down half speed, normal speed, plus forward and reversed playback from grain to grain. Pitch changes with each new grain, so play with the X knob in this program to control the rate of randomized pitch modulation.

Granular soundscape generator
Unique soundscapes ranging from smooth ambience to bizarre reverberance to chaotic glitchy swarms
Powerful dual DSP architecture with individual feedback paths
Combine delay programs in series with granular sampling algorithms
5 programs centered around sample and chop delay algorithms
Program 1: Reverse Delay into Reverse Granular
Program 2: Forward Delay into Octave Up Granular
Program 3: Analog Delay into Octave Down Granular
Program 4: Multi-Tap Granular into Multi-Tap Granular (Grain-Verb)
Program 5: Forward Delay into Randomized Pitch Granular
Manipulate sampling length, position and buffer size of grains (short samples)
Play grains at double- or half-speed, reverse or from multiple positions to achieve different effects
Tap Tempo switch
Top-mounted Input and Output
Coated in a slate grey enclosure with white, black, cream, red, and orange ink
9-volt DC, Centre Negative, 300mA minimum
Buffered bypass
Power supply not included.
Designed and assembled in USA
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Walrus Audio Fable Onyx Edition Granular Soundscape Generator Effects Pedal
Cat: 984216 Rel: 24 Nov 23
 
Unique soundscapes ranging from smooth ambience to bizarre reverberance to chaotic glitchy swarms.
Notes: *** Onyx Edition ***

Delay and granular sampling combine to create unique ambience effects, creative reverbs and glitchy chaos. Hugely versatile pedal with five contrasting programs.

Supplier's Notes:
In the high woodlands of the north, undiscovered by most inhabitants, there ruled a clan of old, mystic Treefolk. On the first new moon of spring, these Treefolk could be heard grafting limbs to grow their young - splicing bits of branches from each generation to produce the next line of Treefolk. These new beings keep the lifeblood of all who came before in their new skin. These sounds are in part very old, but in part very new. They are referred to as... Fable.

Let your storybook adventure grows with the Fable Granular Soundscape Generator. The Fable gives you five all-new programs centered around sample and chop delay algorithms to create bizarrely beautiful networks of sampled and resampled sounds. The Fable uses a powerful dual DSP architecture to combine delay programs in series with granular sampling algorithms, each with its own analogue feedback path. Find unique soundscapes ranging from smooth, flowing ambience; to bizarre, organic reverberance; to chaotic, glitchy swarms.

So, what exactly is this granular effect and why is it a magical experience when combined with delay? Granular is a digital processing technique of micro-sampling, wherein short samples called grains are read from a delay buffer. In the Fable, players can adjust these grains by manipulating their sampling length, position, and buffer size from which they're read. They can be played at double or half speed for pitch shift and time stretching effects, play them in reverse, read from multiple positions, and more, in order to achieve different effects.

It's a powerful but complex technique and Walrus Audio created five streamlined programs in the Fable that explore different aspects of its sonic range.

Programs

I. Reverse Delay into Reverse Granular

Program 1 runs a reverse delay into a reverse granular algorithm, in which sampled grains are played backwards. Reversal and re-reversal build up in the feedback paths, creating a complex and organically shifting soundscape. Turn grain size down for long, smooth reversed transients, and grain size up for stuttering reverse glitch madness.

II. Forward Delay into Octave Up Granular

Program 2 runs a forward delay into an octave-up granular program, in which sampled grains are played at double speed. Swarms of double-speed grains build up in the feedback path for bright and airy cascades of sound.

III. Analogue Delay into Octave Down Granular

Program 3 runs a warm, dark analogue-style delay into an octave-down granular program, in which sampled grains are played back at half speed. Slowed down repeats combine with analogue-style processing to create deep, thunderous footfalls and thick, murky ambience.

IV. Multi-Tap Granular into Multi-Tap Granular (Grain-Verb)

Program 4 runs two multi-tap granular algorithms in series, in which multiple samples are played back from each granular buffer simultaneously. Multiple points of sampled sound build upon each other in the feedback paths to create glitchy clouds and unique organic reverberance. Time in this program controls time-stretching of both granular algorithms, changing both the length and tonal character of the granular effect.

V. Forward Delay into Randomized Pitch Granular

Program 5 runs a forward delay into a randomized pitch granular program, in which each grain is played back at a randomly selected speed and direction, varying between pitched up double speed, pitched down half speed, normal speed, plus forward and reversed playback from grain to grain. Pitch changes with each new grain, so play with the X knob in this program to control the rate of randomized pitch modulation.
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Walrus Audio Julia V2 Onyx Edition Analogue Chorus/Vibrato Effects Pedal (B-STOCK)
Cat: 995032 Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
B-STOCK: Item refurbished, repaired and in perfect working order.
Notes: ***B-STOCK: Item refurbished, repaired and in perfect working order.***


*** Onyx Edition ***

The Julia is a fully analogue, feature-rich chorus/vibrato packed with a wide array of tonal landscapes begging to be explored. Julia is able to produce mild smooth chorus, to seasick vibrato and everywhere in between. With controls like Lag, Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend, and selectable analogue LFO wave shapes, you are able to dial in all types of classic and unique chorus/vibrato sounds not found on traditional chorus pedals.

In 1999, spectrographs picked up an unexplained sound emanating from dark ocean depths. The source of the sound was untraceable. While most scientists attributed it to an iceberg dragging the ocean floor, some sceptics began to understand the true source of the sound. Julia, the water demigoddess. Crying from the deep in a chorus of melancholy hymns, she remains to be uncaught but the pursuit for her is unceasing. Walrus has captured a fraction of her powers in the Julia Analog Chorus/Vibrato.

9V DC, 30mA
121 x 66 x 41 mm, 0.27 kg
Made in Oklahoma, USA

Dimensions and power consumption:

6,6 x 12,2 x 4,1 cm (W x D x H)
100 mA

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Walrus Audio Julianna Deluxe Onyx Edition Stereo Analogue Chorus/Vibrato Effects Pedal (B-STOCK)
Cat: 995028 Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
B-STOCK: Item refurbished, repaired and in perfect working order.
Notes: ***B-STOCK: Item refurbished, repaired and in perfect working order.***


*** Onyx Edition ***

Building off of the lush, tonal landscapes that the Julia Analog Chorus/Vibrato created, Julianna is an all analogue, digital LFO, stereo chorus/vibrato with new expanded features. Julianna is able to produce mild smooth chorus, to seasick vibrato, to everywhere in between.

Familiar controls like Lag, Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend, and selectable LFO wave shapes are all still here, but Julianna employs some new tricks: The Secondary LFO speed, modulation drift, tap/expression control and momentary features will have you commanding all new kinds of sounds not found in traditional chorus pedals.

Unlike most other chorus pedals, the Julianna and Julia have a special feature called Lag control. The Lag knob lets you set the centre delay time that the LFO modulates. From smooth and tight modulation at lower settings, to a warbling detune at maximum, the Lag knob adds a new dimension to the traditional chorus/vibrato landscape.

D-C-V KNOB

The DCV knob sets the ratio of dry to wet signal through the mono channel of the Julianna. Traditional mono chorus sounds can be heard with the knob set around noon. Pitch vibrato is found in the full clockwise position. The ground in between offers unique blends of chorus and vibrato not commonly found on other chorus pedals.

When both outputs are connected, set the DCV knob to full counterclockwise to send your dry signal to the mono output and vibrato signal to the stereo output for a traditional stereo chorus sound. Explore other variations by turning the DCV knob up slightly to add some vibrato signal to the dry output changing the stereo image.
Dimensions and power consumption:

6,6 x 12,2 x 5,6 cm (W x D x H)
100 mA

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Walrus Audio Lore Onyx Edition Reverse Soundscape Generator Effects Pedal
Cat: 984228 Rel: 24 Nov 23
 
Made up of five different programs, each utilizes different combinations of delay and reverb that feed into each other for time-warping ambient creations.
Notes: *** Onyx Edition ***

Reverb and reverse delay go to the next level with this "ambient creation machine". Two DSP circuits with analogue feedback allow you to create epic soundscapes, time-stretching effects and more.

Supplier's Notes:
Once upon a time, in a fairy tale world, there stood a hidden forest. On the eve of every full moon, magical and delicate sounds of light were heard bouncing and reverberating through the trees. These sounds carry artifacts of notes moving backward and stretching through time. They are referred to as... Lore.

Create the soundtrack to your storybook adventure with the Lore Reverse Soundscape Generator. Made up of five different programs, each utilizes different combinations of delay and reverb that feed into each other for time-warping ambient creations. Featuring two DSP chips running in series, each with their own analogue feedback path, the Lore takes you on an adventurous journey rich with themes of reversing, time-stretching, pitch-shifting, and vast ambiance.

Having two analogue feedback paths allows each program to incorporate a unique mix of affected and unaffected feedback. The two feedback paths interact and build off of each other organically, offering the user a wide array of sounds and behaviours to experiment with.

Programs:

I. Reverse Delay into Reverse Reverb: Program 1 combines reverse delay with reverse reverb with a focus on organically interacting feedback paths. Space and ambiance build as the signal is reversed, re-reversed, reverberated, and reversed again within the feedback network. Experiment with the X knob to control how reversed your delay trails are with left being least reversed and right being fully reversed. Lots of fun with big, eerie minor chords!

II. Reverse Delay into Octave Up Reverb: Program 2 is a "light reverb" that combines octave-up harmonic feedback with an expansive, airy, reverb tank to create a breathy, spacious ambiance. Use the Regen knob to introduce a playful shimmer into the reverb decay. Increase the X knob to control the decay of the reverb. It sounds especially great with delicate fingerpicking parts.

III. Reverse Delay into Octave Down Reverb. Program 3 is a "dark reverb" that combines octave down harmonic feedback with heavy filtering and harmonic distortion, to create a sound that is thick, rich, and murky. Use the Regen knob to bring a lower octave into the reverb decay. Increase the X knob to control the decay of the reverb. Add in some high gain or fuzz to alter the time-space continuum.

IV. Reverse Reverb into Forward Reverb. Program 4 is a dual reverb program, featuring reverse reverb into forward reverb, Dual harmonic feedback paths allow the user to dial in octave up and octave down, and time stretching allows for control of the size and character of the space. Perfect for instantly transforming guitar into rich ambient pads. Use the Feedback knob to add a lower octave to the reverse reverb. Conversely, use the Regen knob to add an octave up to the reverse reverb decay. Control the decay of the forward reverb with the X knob. To channel all things ambient, experiment with dynamic picking and strumming techniques with the mix fully wet for ethereal drones and pads.

V. Pitch Delay into Pitch Delay. Program 5 features two "duelling" pitch delays, which shift the input signal up and down in complementary or opposing directions, allowing the user to create intricate harmonic patterns in the feedback network. Behaves like a sequencer at higher delay times and like a harmonizer at lower delay times. Use Feedback and Regen knobs to control various amounts of pitched delay repeats. Use the X knob to change the order of the 4th, 5th, and octave intervals that the pitch delay steps through. Experiment with short staccato notes to create some very interesting rhythmic parts!

Dive / Rise - Holding down the tap tempo switch will momentarily shift the clock rate of the pedal down or up and will hold it at that rate for as long as the switch is pressed. The direction of the dive can be changed by simply pressing bypass and tap simultaneously. A green LED over tap will indicate rise is set and a blue LED will indicate that dive is set.

The Mod knob will control the amount of modulation applied to the wet signal. Holding down bypass and adjusting the Mod knob will adjust the modulation rate. The bypass LED will blink to show your set mod rate.

Specs:

The die-cast enclosure's exact size is 3.62" x 4.79" x 2.25" including knobs.
Buffered bypass.
Power requirements are 9VDC, center negative (300mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals.
Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.
Power supply not included.
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Walrus Audio Lore Reverse Soundscape Generator Effects Pedal
Cat: 881927 Rel: 23 Jun 22
 
Made up of five different programs, each utilizes different combinations of delay and reverb that feed into each other for time-warping ambient creations.
Notes: Reverb and reverse delay go to the next level with this "ambient creation machine". Two DSP circuits with analogue feedback allow you to create epic soundscapes, time-stretching effects and more.

Supplier's Notes:
Once upon a time, in a fairy tale world, there stood a hidden forest. On the eve of every full moon, magical and delicate sounds of light were heard bouncing and reverberating through the trees. These sounds carry artifacts of notes moving backward and stretching through time. They are referred to as... Lore.

Create the soundtrack to your storybook adventure with the Lore Reverse Soundscape Generator. Made up of five different programs, each utilizes different combinations of delay and reverb that feed into each other for time-warping ambient creations. Featuring two DSP chips running in series, each with their own analogue feedback path, the Lore takes you on an adventurous journey rich with themes of reversing, time-stretching, pitch-shifting, and vast ambiance.

Having two analogue feedback paths allows each program to incorporate a unique mix of affected and unaffected feedback. The two feedback paths interact and build off of each other organically, offering the user a wide array of sounds and behaviours to experiment with.

Programs:

I. Reverse Delay into Reverse Reverb: Program 1 combines reverse delay with reverse reverb with a focus on organically interacting feedback paths. Space and ambiance build as the signal is reversed, re-reversed, reverberated, and reversed again within the feedback network. Experiment with the X knob to control how reversed your delay trails are with left being least reversed and right being fully reversed. Lots of fun with big, eerie minor chords!

II. Reverse Delay into Octave Up Reverb: Program 2 is a "light reverb" that combines octave-up harmonic feedback with an expansive, airy, reverb tank to create a breathy, spacious ambiance. Use the Regen knob to introduce a playful shimmer into the reverb decay. Increase the X knob to control the decay of the reverb. It sounds especially great with delicate fingerpicking parts.

III. Reverse Delay into Octave Down Reverb. Program 3 is a "dark reverb" that combines octave down harmonic feedback with heavy filtering and harmonic distortion, to create a sound that is thick, rich, and murky. Use the Regen knob to bring a lower octave into the reverb decay. Increase the X knob to control the decay of the reverb. Add in some high gain or fuzz to alter the time-space continuum.

IV. Reverse Reverb into Forward Reverb. Program 4 is a dual reverb program, featuring reverse reverb into forward reverb, Dual harmonic feedback paths allow the user to dial in octave up and octave down, and time stretching allows for control of the size and character of the space. Perfect for instantly transforming guitar into rich ambient pads. Use the Feedback knob to add a lower octave to the reverse reverb. Conversely, use the Regen knob to add an octave up to the reverse reverb decay. Control the decay of the forward reverb with the X knob. To channel all things ambient, experiment with dynamic picking and strumming techniques with the mix fully wet for ethereal drones and pads.

V. Pitch Delay into Pitch Delay. Program 5 features two "duelling" pitch delays, which shift the input signal up and down in complementary or opposing directions, allowing the user to create intricate harmonic patterns in the feedback network. Behaves like a sequencer at higher delay times and like a harmonizer at lower delay times. Use Feedback and Regen knobs to control various amounts of pitched delay repeats. Use the X knob to change the order of the 4th, 5th, and octave intervals that the pitch delay steps through. Experiment with short staccato notes to create some very interesting rhythmic parts!

Dive / Rise - Holding down the tap tempo switch will momentarily shift the clock rate of the pedal down or up and will hold it at that rate for as long as the switch is pressed. The direction of the dive can be changed by simply pressing bypass and tap simultaneously. A green LED over tap will indicate rise is set and a blue LED will indicate that dive is set.

The Mod knob will control the amount of modulation applied to the wet signal. Holding down bypass and adjusting the Mod knob will adjust the modulation rate. The bypass LED will blink to show your set mod rate.

Specs:

The Lore comes coated in a muted green enclosure with Cream, Orange, brown and dark green ink with art by David Huttner.
The die-cast enclosure's exact size is 3.62" x 4.79" x 2.25" including knobs.
Buffered bypass.
Power requirements are 9VDC, center negative (300mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals.
Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.
Power supply not included.
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Walrus Audio Lore Reverse Soundscape Generator Effects Pedal (all black)
Cat: 1005023 Rel: 14 Mar 24
 
Reverse soundscape generator effects pedal, all black
Notes: Once upon a time, in a fairy tale world, there stood a hidden forest. On the eve of every full moon, magical and delicate sounds of light were heard bouncing and reverberating through the trees. These sounds carry artifacts of notes moving backward and stretching through time. They are referred to as, Lore. Walrus Audio is excited to announce their next experiment into ethereal ambiance called the Lore Reverse Soundscape Generator. Made up of five different programs, each utilizes different combinations of delay and reverb that feed into each other for time-warping ambient creations. to create the soundtrack to your storybook adventure. Featuring two DSP chips running in series, each with their own analogue feedback path, the Lore takes you on an adventurous journey rich with themes of reversing, time-stretching, pitch-shifting, and vast ambiance.

Explore vast time stretching and reverse sounds with five different custom programs:

I. Reverse Delay into Reverse Reverb
II. Reverse Delay into Octave Up Reverb
III. Reverse Delay into Octave Down Reverb
IV. Reverse Reverb into Forward Reverb.
V. Pitch Delay into Pitch Delay.

Further explore the Lore with momentary features for adjusting modulation speed and a time warping effect that can shift the clock rate up or down, giving a rising or sinking effect. The Lore comes coated in a muted green enclosure with cream, orange, brown and dark green ink with art by David Huttner. The die-cast enclosure's exact size 9,2 cm x 12,2 cm x 5,72 cm including knobs. Power requirements are 9VDC, centre negative (300mA minimum).

Dimensions and power consumption: 9,3 x 11,8 x 5,6 cm (W x D x H)
300 mA

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Walrus Audio Melee High-Gain Distortion & Reverb Effects Pedal
Cat: 922323 Rel: 14 Feb 23
 
High-gain distortion and reverb combo effects pedal.
Notes: Distortion and reverb meet in this unique pedal, sporting a joystick to tweak the sound and the option to flip the order of the two effects in the signal chain. Simple, quirky and effective.

Supplier's Notes:
Walrus Audio give you the two most quintessential effects that yield unruly amounts of power and influence to an instrumentalist: reverb and distortion. They have been harnessed and woven together for an eternity of ethereal power with The Melee: Wall of Noise. The Melee unapologetically uses a joystick to meld reverb and distortion into one massive blaze of sound. With the flip of the order switch, run the distortion into the reverb or reverb into distortion; signal chain is your call now. For the explorer, the Melee can run one of three different reverb programs Ambient, Octave, and Reverse.

In a less is more approach, Walrus Audio have intentionally decided on controls that are fun to use and will inspire a wealth of creative output. Use the joystick to control the amount of distortion by moving it up and down. Moving the joystick left and right will adjust your reverb mix. The tone and decay toggles have low, medium, and high settings. Modulation can be added to the wet signal by holding down the bypass switch and moving the decay toggle. The left position is no modulation, the middle is a slight modulation, and the right is a high modulation.

Algorithms

The Melee is equipped with three different reverb programs, which can be changed by simultaneously pressing the bypass and sustain stomp switches. Experiment with the order toggle switch to hear how differently these all react in front and after the distortion!

Ambient Reverb (Pink LED) - Huge reverb capable of massive trails and engulfing your chords into an angry wash of sound. Great for soaring melodic lines or shoegaze-driven chord progressions.
Octave Down Reverb (Yellow LED) - Similar to the Dark mode in the Slo, you'll find an eerie lower octave hovering in the reverb trail for a nice and dark atmospheric touch.
Reverse Reverb with Feedback (Blue LED) - Add reversed reverb trails back into your signal, create gentle melodies or push into reverse feedback overload. Big, slow, and sad chords love to hang out here.

Momentary

Press and hold the sustain switch to ramp up the reverb trails. Release and the trails will ramp back down to where the decay switch is currently set. The sustain switch can also latch in all three programs. Press and release the Sustain switch to capture and sustain the current reverb decay for long pad-like sounds in your wet mix. Press again to release the latch, and the reverb trail will taper off based on the position of the decay knob.

Specs

The Melee comes coated in a glossy neon pink enclosure with white, yellow, and green inks with art by
David Huttner.
The die-cast enclosure's exact size is 3.62" x 4.79" x 3.14" (including joystick height).
Three bypass modes, DSP, DSP + True, True Bypass
Power requirements are 9VDC, centre negative (200mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals.
Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.
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Walrus Audio Melee Onyx Edition Wall Of Sound Reverb/Distortion Effects Pedal
Cat: 984231 Rel: 24 Nov 23
 
High-gain distortion and reverb combo effects pedal.
Notes: *** Onyx Edition ***

Distortion and reverb meet in this unique pedal, sporting a joystick to tweak the sound and the option to flip the order of the two effects in the signal chain. Simple, quirky and effective.

Supplier's Notes:
Walrus Audio give you the two most quintessential effects that yield unruly amounts of power and influence to an instrumentalist: reverb and distortion. They have been harnessed and woven together for an eternity of ethereal power with The Melee: Wall of Noise. The Melee unapologetically uses a joystick to meld reverb and distortion into one massive blaze of sound. With the flip of the order switch, run the distortion into the reverb or reverb into distortion; signal chain is your call now. For the explorer, the Melee can run one of three different reverb programs Ambient, Octave, and Reverse.

In a less is more approach, Walrus Audio have intentionally decided on controls that are fun to use and will inspire a wealth of creative output. Use the joystick to control the amount of distortion by moving it up and down. Moving the joystick left and right will adjust your reverb mix. The tone and decay toggles have low, medium, and high settings. Modulation can be added to the wet signal by holding down the bypass switch and moving the decay toggle. The left position is no modulation, the middle is a slight modulation, and the right is a high modulation.

Algorithms

The Melee is equipped with three different reverb programs, which can be changed by simultaneously pressing the bypass and sustain stomp switches. Experiment with the order toggle switch to hear how differently these all react in front and after the distortion!

Ambient Reverb (Pink LED) - Huge reverb capable of massive trails and engulfing your chords into an angry wash of sound. Great for soaring melodic lines or shoegaze-driven chord progressions.
Octave Down Reverb (Yellow LED) - Similar to the Dark mode in the Slo, you'll find an eerie lower octave hovering in the reverb trail for a nice and dark atmospheric touch.
Reverse Reverb with Feedback (Blue LED) - Add reversed reverb trails back into your signal, create gentle melodies or push into reverse feedback overload. Big, slow, and sad chords love to hang out here.

Momentary

Press and hold the sustain switch to ramp up the reverb trails. Release and the trails will ramp back down to where the decay switch is currently set. The sustain switch can also latch in all three programs. Press and release the Sustain switch to capture and sustain the current reverb decay for long pad-like sounds in your wet mix. Press again to release the latch, and the reverb trail will taper off based on the position of the decay knob.

Specs

The die-cast enclosure's exact size is 3.62" x 4.79" x 3.14" (including joystick height).
Three bypass modes, DSP, DSP + True, True Bypass
Power requirements are 9VDC, centre negative (200mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals.
Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.
Power supply not included.
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Walrus Audio Melee Wall Of Noise Reverb & Distortion Effects Pedal (all black)
Cat: 1005024 Rel: 14 Mar 24
 
Wall of sound reverb & distortion effects pedal, all black
Notes: With Melee, Walrus Audio have given you the two most quintessential effects that yield unruly amounts of power and influence to an instrumentalist: reverb and distortion. They have been harnessed and woven together for an eternity of ethereal power with The Melee: Wall of Noise. The Melee unapologetically uses a joystick to meld reverb and distortion into one massive blaze of sound. With the flip of the order switch, run the distortion into the reverb or reverb into distortion; signal chain is your call now. For the explorer, the Melee can run one of three different reverb programs Ambient, Octave, and Reverse.

In a less-is-more approach, Walrus have intentionally decided on controls that are fun to use and will inspire a wealth of creative output. Use the joystick to control the amount of distortion by moving it up and down. Moving the joystick left and right will adjust your reverb mix. The tone and decay toggles have low, medium, and high settings. Modulation can be added to the wet signal by holding down the bypass switch and moving the decay toggle. The left position is no modulation, the middle is a slight modulation, and the right is a high modulation.

Algorithms

The Melee is equipped with three different reverb programs, which can be changed by simultaneously pressing the bypass and sustain stomp switches. Experiment with the order toggle switch to hear how differently these all react in front and after the distortion!

Ambient Reverb (Pink LED) - Huge reverb capable of massive trails and engulfing your chords into an angry wash of sound. Great for soaring melodic lines or shoegaze-driven chord progressions.
Octave Down Reverb (Yellow LED) - Similar to the Dark mode in the Slo, you'll find an eerie lower octave hovering in the reverb trail for a nice and dark atmospheric touch.
Reverse Reverb with Feedback (Blue LED) - Add reversed reverb trails back into your signal, create gentle melodies or push into reverse feedback overload. Big, slow, and sad chords love to hang out there.

Momentary

Press and hold the sustain switch to ramp up the reverb trails. Release and the trails will ramp back down to where the decay switch is currently set. The sustain switch can also latch in all three programs. Press and release the Sustain switch to capture and sustain the current reverb decay for long pad-like sounds in your wet mix. Press again to release the latch, and the reverb trail will taper off based on the position of the decay knob.

Specs
The Melee comes coated in a glossy neon pink enclosure with white, yellow, and green inks with art by David Huttner.
The die-cast enclosure's exact size is 3.62" x 4.79" x 3.14" (including joystick height).
Three bypass modes: DSP, DSP+True, True Bypass
Power requirements are 9VDC, centre negative (200mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals.
Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.
Power supply not included.

High-Gain Distortion and Reverb combo
Controls: Vol, Tone, Decay, D>R|R>D (determines order of effects), Joystick (distortion level + reverb mix), bypass, sustain switch
Joystick control to meld reverb and distortion and inspire a wealth of creative output
Joystick controls reverb mix (x-axis) and distortion level (y-axis)
Switch signal-chain-order of distortion- and reverb-effect
D>R (distortion into reverb) or R>D (reverb into distortion)
D>R mode: traditional set up. Notes and chords remain their clarity
R>D mode: notes and chords are muddied to create a wall of sound
3 different reverb programs: Ambient, Octave and Reverse
Ambient Reverb: Huge reverb with massive trails
Octave Reverb: Lower octave on reverb trail. Like "Dark" mode on Walrus Audio Slo.
Reverse Reverb with Feedback: Add reversed reverb trails or push into reverse feedback overload.
Tone 3-way-toggle-switch sets the tone of reverb and distortion: normal, dark, bright
Decay 3-way-toggle-switch sets time of the reverb: minimum, medium, maximum
Set modulation via secondary control (decay 3-way-switch): none, slight (33RPM), high (45RPM)
Use momentary bypass to create a moment of texture
Sustain switch ramps up reverb trail to maximum or latches current reverb decay
3 bypass modes: DSP bypass, DSP+ true bypass, true bypass
9-volt DC, Centre Negative, 200mA minimum
Power Supply not included
Designed and assembled in the USA
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Walrus Audio Monumental Stereo Harmonic Tap Tremolo Effects Pedal (black)
Cat: 1013551 Rel: 30 Apr 24
 
Stereo harmonic tap tremolo effects pedal
Notes: Building off the rich, warm, pulsating modulation of the Monument, the Monumental Harmonic Stereo Tremolo is an analogue, optical tremolo bringing new controls, features, and width to the Walrus Audio line. New features available in the Monumental include the ability to save presets, blend between standard and harmonic tremolo modes, access to new wave shape and tap division options, and most importantly, a pan control to set the stereo spread of the tremolo to the right and left channels.

Inspired by the beautifully jagged, red-sand desert landscape of Monument Valley, the Monumental Tremolo is capable of blending between harmonic and standard tremolo to produce rich, luscious, warm pulsating modulation capable of peaks and valleys as smooth or as jagged as the real ones that our dear mother nature created long ago.

With different combinations of stereo panning, rate, division, and wave shapes, everything from traditional tremolo to inspiring unique waveforms will help you carve new paths that you won't hear anywhere else.

Harken back to vintage tones inspired by Fender Brownface amps in Harmonic mode. A low-pass and high-pass version of your guitar signal is modulated opposite of each other, or 180O out of phase (high and low frequencies rise and fall opposite of each other). The result is a warm, almost "chewy" tremolo. Turn the S-B-H counterclockwise to give more bite to your tremolo pulse and tame the out-of-phase harmonics.

Controls

PAN: Control the stereo spread of the left and right channels. Counterclockwise is your standard tremolo sound, the left and right channels have the same LFO. Turning the control clockwise will offset the phase of the right LFO to introduce stereo spread. Fully clockwise is maximum panning with the right channel LFO being 180 degrees out of phase from the Left LFO.

S-B-H: Use this control to blend between standard and harmonic tremolo modes. In standard, all frequencies get affected at the same time. In harmonic, the high and low frequencies are offset from each other - When high is on, low is off and when high is off, low is on.

Pro Tip: Blending between standard and harmonic with the PAN knob turned up past 0 creates interesting polyrhythmic sounds.

PRESET: The Monumental has three onboard presets with an additional live mode. Each preset can save and recall every parameter available on the pedal. Press both the bypass switch and tap tempo switch simultaneously to cycle through the available presets (Red, Green, Blue, with White being "live").

When you are on a preset and you change a parameter, the bypass LED will change colour to purple, indicating a change has been made. You can then turn the control and the bypass LED will return to the preset colour when the control is at the saved position. Once you have determined what sound you want saved for the preset, hold down both footswitches to save the preset (the bypass LED will return to the preset colour). Live mode will always return to the current knob positions on the face of the pedal.
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Walrus Audio Monumental Stereo Harmonic Tap Tremolo Effects Pedal (orange)
Cat: 1013554 Rel: 30 Apr 24
 
Stereo harmonic tap tremolo effects pedal
Notes: Building off the rich, warm, pulsating modulation of the Monument, the Monumental Harmonic Stereo Tremolo is an analogue, optical tremolo bringing new controls, features, and width to the Walrus Audio line. New features available in the Monumental include the ability to save presets, blend between standard and harmonic tremolo modes, access to new wave shape and tap division options, and most importantly, a pan control to set the stereo spread of the tremolo to the right and left channels.

Inspired by the beautifully jagged, red-sand desert landscape of Monument Valley, the Monumental Tremolo is capable of blending between harmonic and standard tremolo to produce rich, luscious, warm pulsating modulation capable of peaks and valleys as smooth or as jagged as the real ones that our dear mother nature created long ago.

With different combinations of stereo panning, rate, division, and wave shapes, everything from traditional tremolo to inspiring unique waveforms will help you carve new paths that you won't hear anywhere else.

Harken back to vintage tones inspired by Fender Brownface amps in Harmonic mode. A low-pass and high-pass version of your guitar signal is modulated opposite of each other, or 180O out of phase (high and low frequencies rise and fall opposite of each other). The result is a warm, almost "chewy" tremolo. Turn the S-B-H counterclockwise to give more bite to your tremolo pulse and tame the out-of-phase harmonics.

Controls

PAN: Control the stereo spread of the left and right channels. Counterclockwise is your standard tremolo sound, the left and right channels have the same LFO. Turning the control clockwise will offset the phase of the right LFO to introduce stereo spread. Fully clockwise is maximum panning with the right channel LFO being 180 degrees out of phase from the Left LFO.

S-B-H: Use this control to blend between standard and harmonic tremolo modes. In standard, all frequencies get affected at the same time. In harmonic, the high and low frequencies are offset from each other - When high is on, low is off and when high is off, low is on.

Pro Tip: Blending between standard and harmonic with the PAN knob turned up past 0 creates interesting polyrhythmic sounds.

PRESET: The Monumental has three onboard presets with an additional live mode. Each preset can save and recall every parameter available on the pedal. Press both the bypass switch and tap tempo switch simultaneously to cycle through the available presets (Red, Green, Blue, with White being "live").

When you are on a preset and you change a parameter, the bypass LED will change colour to purple, indicating a change has been made. You can then turn the control and the bypass LED will return to the preset colour when the control is at the saved position. Once you have determined what sound you want saved for the preset, hold down both footswitches to save the preset (the bypass LED will return to the preset colour). Live mode will always return to the current knob positions on the face of the pedal.

Power requirements:

9VDC or 12VDC, 100mA, Center Negative

Signal specs:

1.7Vpp of Headroom (Use 12V Supply for
2.6Vpp of Headroom) - Before signal will start to distort.
Input Impedance: ~1M
Output Impedance: ~300Ohm
Unbalanced 1/4" Input (TS),
Unbalanced 1/4" Output (TS)
Noise Level: -102.5dBu
THD %: 0.072% -20dBu @ 1kHz
True-Bypass
Frequency Response: 40Hz-20kHz
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Walrus Audio Polychrome Analogue Flanger Effects Pedal (grey, retro limited edition)
Cat: 904773 Rel: 13 Oct 22
 
An analogue flanger effects pedal.
Notes: Like the Iguana that's malleable to its environment, blending into its surroundings for harmonious balance or standing out with vibrant confidence, the Polychrome Flanger is a uniquely colourful tool for adding modulated textures to songs.

The Polychrome Flanger is a true bypass, all analogue Flanger pulling in familiar layout controls from the Julia and Lillian.
Dial in a wealth of colourful flange with the D-F-V blend knob and the shape and voice switches.
The Shape Switch lets you select from sine, triangle, or random LFO wave to modulate the delay line

The Voice Switch lets you select between two voices for the flanging effect.
In the down position, the flanger is more traditional and full frequency.
In the up position, you get a more complex and notched flange effect with less low end.

Like the other members of the Walrus Audio modulation family, the Polychrome has a blend knob. The D-F-V (Dry, Flange, Vibrato) knob lets you blend the dry and delayed signal from full dry at minimum (no effect), to traditional flange at noon to full pitch vibrato at maximum. Don't sleep on the vibrato sounds in the Polychrome.
Set the D-F-V knob to maximum, feedback to a minimum, and the voice switch up for some unique pitch vibrato.

Top mounted input, output, and power jacks as well as soft switch relay bypassing make the Polychrome fit well on your board and ensure smooth operation for years to come.

Specs
The Polychrome comes in a flat black enclosure with purple, yellow, coral, green and white ink, featuring original artwork by David Huttner.
Power supply not included.

Dimensions and power consumption:
0.25kg
6,6 x 12,2 x 5,6 cm (W x D x H)
50 mA

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Walrus Audio Polychrome Onyx Edition Analogue Flanger Effects Pedal
Cat: 984233 Rel: 24 Nov 23
 
An analogue flanger effects pedal.
Notes: *** Onyx Edition ***

Like the Iguana that's malleable to its environment, blending into its surroundings for harmonious balance or standing out with vibrant confidence, the Polychrome Flanger is a uniquely colourful tool for adding modulated textures to songs.

The Polychrome Flanger is a true bypass, all analogue Flanger pulling in familiar layout controls from the Julia and Lillian.
Dial in a wealth of colourful flange with the D-F-V blend knob and the shape and voice switches.
The Shape Switch lets you select from sine, triangle, or random LFO wave to modulate the delay line

The Voice Switch lets you select between two voices for the flanging effect.
In the down position, the flanger is more traditional and full frequency.
In the up position, you get a more complex and notched flange effect with less low end.

Like the other members of the Walrus Audio modulation family, the Polychrome has a blend knob. The D-F-V (Dry, Flange, Vibrato) knob lets you blend the dry and delayed signal from full dry at minimum (no effect), to traditional flange at noon to full pitch vibrato at maximum. Don't sleep on the vibrato sounds in the Polychrome.
Set the D-F-V knob to maximum, feedback to a minimum, and the voice switch up for some unique pitch vibrato.

Top mounted input, output, and power jacks as well as soft switch relay bypassing make the Polychrome fit well on your board and ensure smooth operation for years to come.

Specs

Power supply not included.

Dimensions and power consumption:
0.25kg
6,6 x 12,2 x 5,6 cm (W x D x H)
50 mA

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Walrus Audio R1 High-Fidelity Stereo Reverb Effects Pedal
Cat: 810554 Rel: 22 Mar 21
 
High-fidelity stereo reverb effects pedal
Notes: The R1 is an extremely powerful and versatile multi-function reverb that can quickly go from small intimate room sounds to massive washes of experimental euphoria with six customized, studio-quality programs - Spring, Hall, Plate, BFR, RFRCT (Refract), and Air. Every program can be tuned and tweaked and then saved to one of nine on-board presets. The R1 boasts a volume swell effect that can be applied to any program, sustain and latching momentary features, stereo in and out, MIDI control, and up to nine on-board presets (128 via MIDI). Players of all styles and genres will be able to find eternal inspiration with the R1.

Programs

Spring - The Spring program emulates an excited spring reverb commonly found in tube amps with loads of transducing drip. Easily go from subtle to full-on surf rock. Experiment with the decay knob to get more than average amounts of reverb not found in traditional amp spring reverb tanks.

X knob adds a warm grit to the reverb decay.

Hall - The Hall program provides the acoustics of large live sound spaces like concert halls to arenas. Longer decays and higher X knob settings result in a massive wash of ambiance. Shorter decay and lower X settings allow for a more intimate reverb expression.

X knob controls the room's size; smaller at lower settings to larger room sizes as you increase X.

Plate - The Plate program emulates a smooth analogue plate reverb with nice even diffusion inspired by famous plates like the EMT 140.


X knob adds in gentle warm grit to the front end of the program simulating driving a hot signal into the plate.


BFR - BFR is a no holds barred, big, f____, reverb. This is more than a giant arena reverb. It's a hall-esque reverb with rich and lush decay in a vast cavern filled with choirs of angels.

X knob controls the amount of diffusion applied to the multi-tap delays used to form the program. At lower X settings, you'll hear these delays bouncing around for a more textured sound. As you increase the X knob, the delays are diffused, creating a smooth texture, and lifting your riffs and chords into the atmosphere. See ya.


RFRCT (Refract) - The RFRCT program allows for lovely, charming, and glitch-like textures hovering over a largely diffused reverb. The Rate controls on RFRCT change how often the glitch effects occur while Depth controls the overall volume of the glitch effect.

X knob is used to shape the tone of the glitch effect. At zero, the glitch effect will have a lo-fi, almost tape-like sound to them. Increasing the X knob brightens these elements with more pristine details.

Air - The Air program offers a larger diffused reverb with a subtle shimmer but has a more "crisp" clarity to its decay. Explore slow-building sounds that don't get in the way of your playing. Air complements keys and synths as well.

X knob controls the amount of the wind and shimmer elements in the Air program. At zero the effect will be off. Turning clockwise will increase the volume of the air effect.


Presets

The R1 can save up to nine on-board presets, and up to 128 are accessible via MIDI. On-board presets are accessible with the bank switch. Cycle between presets in each bank by pressing Bypass and tap at the same time. You will see the right LED change from Red to Green to Blue. Any adjustments made in a preset will change the tap LED to purple, indicating you have edited the preset. The R1 employs a powerful reverb engine that allows for the true preset spill over. When you switch presets, the new preset loads, and the previous preset is allowed to decay naturally.

Tune

Use the Tune knob to shape the amount of low and high frequencies in the reverb signal. The X position is unique to program-specific features listed above.

Tweak

Each program can be fully customized to your taste and playing style with the Tweak knob.

Rate: Controls the rate of the LFO applied to the wet reverb signal.
Depth: Controls the Depth of the LFO applied to the reverb signal.
Pre Delay: Controls how long it takes after you play for the reverb to become audible.

Bypass Modes
The R1 has three different bypass modes.
True Bypass
DSP+True Bypass (trails)
DSP Bypass (trails)

Momentary Functions

Press and hold the SUS/LATCH (Sustain/Latch) switch to momentarily sustain the current reverb and continue to play over it through the same reverb algorithm. No dry signal here! Clicking the SUS/LATCH switch lets you latch the present reverb decay while you play over it.

Specifications:

The R1 comes in an anodized matte black finish with red, orange, cream, gold, green, purple and blue ink.
The enclosure's exact size with knobs is 4.9" x 2.52" x 2.64". Power requirements are 9VDC (300mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals. Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended. Power supply not included.
USB firmware updates can be done via www.walrusaudio.io
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Walrus Audio Silt Harmonic Tube Fuzz Effects Pedal (black)
Cat: 992581 Rel: 22 Jan 24
 
Harmonic tube fuzz effects pedal
Notes: Unearth the Walrus Audio Silt Harmonic Fuzz, a collaborative creation with tube expert Jim Hagerman.

Wielding an internal pre-amp tube, the Silt is a two-in-one fuzz that creates massively rich fuzz tones perfect for chords and rhythmic parts or with the press of a switch, adds uniquely harmonic overtones to the signal before hitting the tube. Crafted specifically for those seeking a harmonically rich fuzz experience, the Silt boasts an analogue circuit with the distinctive warmth of a 12AU7 tube as its drive section, letting you explore a unique and wild sonic landscape.

Main Features:

1. 12AU7 Tube Drive

The Silt's 12AU7 tube section drives the warm, bone-rattling fuzz. We unearthed this sonic fossil to encase your sound in an amber warmth, while still providing the grit, growl, and harmonically complex textures that only a tube-driven fuzz can provide.

2. Harmonic Mode

Harmonic Mode acts as a frequency doubler before the drive section of the pedal. This produces crispy, octave-like sounds, lending a unique edge to your lead tones. Try this with your guitar tone knob rolled off.

3. Contour Control for Precision Tone Sculpting

Refine your fuzz tones with the precision of the Contour control to achieve a wide spectrum of timbres.

Toggle between highpass, flat, and lowpass curves in the pre-tube EQ stage, like uncovering layers of sonic strata. Especially helpful when switching between different styles of pickups. Whether you're chasing searing leads or wooley rhythm, the Silt adapts to your style with roaring precision.

4. Designed for Operation at 9v-12v for Plenty of Gain

Supercharge your fuzz experience by operating the Silt anywhere between 9v and 12v. Running the pedal at 12v will give you an extra gain boost, letting you push the primal boundaries of fuzz to deliver the searing tones you've been searching for.

5. True Bypass Circuit

Maintain the integrity of your original tone with the relay bypass circuit. When disengaged, the Silt ensures your signal remains pure, allowing your guitar's natural voice to shine through undisturbed.

Controls:

Volume: Control the output volume level of the pedal.
Tone: Sculpt your output tone with a lowpass/highpass tilt tone control.
Gain: Control the input gain into the fuzz circuit, from subtle, distortion-like crunch to full-throttle fuzz.
Contour: Toggle between highpass, flat, and lowpass curves in the pre-tube EQ stage.
Bypass Switch: Enable or disable the effect with the relay bypass switch, preserving your original signal when the Silt is not in use.
Harmonic Switch: Activate or deactivate the frequency doubler circuit before the clipping stages, infusing your sounds with octave-like textures for a unique sonic edge.
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Walrus Audio Sloer Stereo Ambient Reverb Effects Pedal (black)
Cat: 959527 Rel: 28 Jul 23
 
Stereo ambient reverb effects pedal.
Notes: The Sloer Stereo Ambient Reverb builds on our popular Slo lineup but adds two additional reverb algorithms, stereo width control, two additional modulation wave shapes, and the ability to control the sample rate. Now you can create immersive, lush, modulated, sleepy, and ambient soundscapes with more width and depth than ever before.

Save your favourite dreamscapes with three onboard presets by simultaneously pressing and holding down on the bypass and sustain switches. Scroll through them by simultaneously pressing and releasing bypass and sustain.

The five-way rotary dial allows five different reverb modes - the three you know and love from the Slo: Dark (Lower Octave), Rise (Ambient Swell), and Dream (Latching Pad); and the addition of two new modes: Rain (Delay Tap Diffusion) and Light (High Octave Shimmer). Secondary functions on the dial change between five different wave shapes for modulation on the reverb trail.

Combine deep modulation, long washy trails, and an immersive stereo field to experience Sloer.

5 reverb modes:

DARK - Add a lower octave to your reverb trail. Here you'll create 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.

RAIN - Tappy and trippy, this program creates a unique effect with lower levels of diffusion allowing the reverb delay taps to audible create an echo-like effect within your reverb. Use the Xcontrol to set the amount of diffusion of the delay taps.

LIGHT - Bright and smooth reverb with an octave-up shimmer. Create a range of ethereal sounds with the X slider, keep it low for a smooth pad-like reverb or push it higher for a bright shimmer effect.

5 wave shapes

The Sloer also features five different wave shapes accessible by holding down bypass while switching the algorithm dial.

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.
Square - Symmetric pitch up and down modulation for stepped modulation.
Random - Uses sample and hold that picks new random values.

Momentary functions

Bypass: When the switch is in the off position, press and hold to temporarily activate the effect to add a moment of reverb texture. Releasing the switch turns the effect off, and fades it out.

Sustain: When pressed, the decay switch ramps up the reverb trail to maximum creating a long dreamy reverb trail, and then ramps back down to the decay knob setting when released. In the "Dream" algorithm, the sustain switch is latching. Press it once to capture and sustain the current reverb decay for extremely long pad-like sounds. Press it again to let the reverb trail taper off, based on the position of the decay knob.

Trails mode

The Sloer can run in trails or no trails mode. In trails mode, when you turn the pedal off, the reverb decay dies off naturally. In no trails mode, the decay is abruptly cut off when you turn the pedal off. To toggle between either mode, hold down the bypass switch for 1 second while applying power to the pedal. Unplug power and repeat to toggle to the other mode.

Preset spillover

When scrolling through presets, there is only preset spillover if the next preset is the same algorithm as the one preceding it. For example, if your red and green presets are both in Dream mode, switching from red to green will not cut your reverb trails.

Specs

The Sloer comes in a Lollipop Blue finish with light blue and off white ink featuring original artwork by Christi Du Toit OR a matte black finish with cream ink.
The die-cast enclosure's exact size is 4.79" x 3.62" x 2.25" including knobs.
Power requirements are 9VDC (100mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals. Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.
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Walrus Audio Sloer Stereo Ambient Reverb Effects Pedal (blue)
Cat: 959522 Rel: 28 Jul 23
 
Stereo ambient reverb effects pedal.
Notes: The Sloer Stereo Ambient Reverb builds on our popular Slo lineup but adds two additional reverb algorithms, stereo width control, two additional modulation wave shapes, and the ability to control the sample rate. Now you can create immersive, lush, modulated, sleepy, and ambient soundscapes with more width and depth than ever before.

Save your favourite dreamscapes with three onboard presets by simultaneously pressing and holding down on the bypass and sustain switches. Scroll through them by simultaneously pressing and releasing bypass and sustain.

The five-way rotary dial allows five different reverb modes - the three you know and love from the Slo: Dark (Lower Octave), Rise (Ambient Swell), and Dream (Latching Pad); and the addition of two new modes: Rain (Delay Tap Diffusion) and Light (High Octave Shimmer). Secondary functions on the dial change between five different wave shapes for modulation on the reverb trail.

Combine deep modulation, long washy trails, and an immersive stereo field to experience Sloer.

5 reverb modes:

DARK - Add a lower octave to your reverb trail. Here you'll create 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.

RAIN - Tappy and trippy, this program creates a unique effect with lower levels of diffusion allowing the reverb delay taps to audible create an echo-like effect within your reverb. Use the Xcontrol to set the amount of diffusion of the delay taps.

LIGHT - Bright and smooth reverb with an octave-up shimmer. Create a range of ethereal sounds with the X slider, keep it low for a smooth pad-like reverb or push it higher for a bright shimmer effect.

5 wave shapes

The Sloer also features five different wave shapes accessible by holding down bypass while switching the algorithm dial.

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.
Square - Symmetric pitch up and down modulation for stepped modulation.
Random - Uses sample and hold that picks new random values.

Momentary functions

Bypass: When the switch is in the off position, press and hold to temporarily activate the effect to add a moment of reverb texture. Releasing the switch turns the effect off, and fades it out.

Sustain: When pressed, the decay switch ramps up the reverb trail to maximum creating a long dreamy reverb trail, and then ramps back down to the decay knob setting when released. In the "Dream" algorithm, the sustain switch is latching. Press it once to capture and sustain the current reverb decay for extremely long pad-like sounds. Press it again to let the reverb trail taper off, based on the position of the decay knob.

Trails mode

The Sloer can run in trails or no trails mode. In trails mode, when you turn the pedal off, the reverb decay dies off naturally. In no trails mode, the decay is abruptly cut off when you turn the pedal off. To toggle between either mode, hold down the bypass switch for 1 second while applying power to the pedal. Unplug power and repeat to toggle to the other mode.

Preset spillover

When scrolling through presets, there is only preset spillover if the next preset is the same algorithm as the one preceding it. For example, if your red and green presets are both in Dream mode, switching from red to green will not cut your reverb trails.

Specs

The Sloer comes in a Lollipop Blue finish with light blue and off white ink featuring original artwork by Christi Du Toit OR a matte black finish with cream ink.
The die-cast enclosure's exact size is 4.79" x 3.62" x 2.25" including knobs.
Power requirements are 9VDC (100mA minimum).
The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals. Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.
Power supply not included.
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