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Four Bucket Brigade delay chips meeting up to form an analog delay with harmonizer function! The result is a combination that is much more than the sum of its parts.
Thermae was the name of the public bathhouses in ancient Rome and was also chosen by Chase-Bliss founder Joel Korte as the name for this pedal he developed himself. The four replicas of the MN3005 BBD chips will slip audio-signals into musically interesting intervals with varying delay times, creating both classic harmonizing and extremely short choppy delay "drops" as well. If the chips get overloaded you'll squeeze really long and LoFi sounding delay times out of Thermae. Of course, it can also be used as a standard analog delay that can be modulated extensively. For real mojo, there's the Mix(Ramp) knob, which can modulate up to five selected parameters simultaneously in addition to dry/wet functionality. In addition the Thermae offers MIDI control, detailed dip-switch options, CV control via expression pedal connection and two storable presets.
- Analog delay with four BBD-based chips.
- Regen-control with tape delay-like feedback
- LPF filter with self-oscillation
- INT 1/2 and Glide knobs for creative pitch shifting
- Tap button with hold mode
- Mix/Ramp (dry/wet and modulation of up to five parameters simultaneously).
- Connection for Chase Bliss MIDI Box
- Expression/CV input (direct control of waveform possible)
- Dip-Switch for CV Range/Expression etc.
- Power supply : 9V 200mA center negative (optionally available)