The pedal is internally collaborative, allowing audio to freely pass back and forth between its two sides, evolving and transforming over time.

Anoka, MN (June 20, 2019) -- Chase Bliss Audio is excited to announce its next fully-digital, collaborative experiment. M O O D is a two channel granular micro-looper/delay. Designed to be playful and immediate, it is a study of interaction.

M O O D is internally collaborative, allowing audio to freely pass back and forth between its two sides, evolving and transforming over time. Drolo FX is behind the loop channel, a collection of always-listening micro-loopers, and Old Blood Noise Endeavors offer us the wet channel, a suite of live spatial effects. We have three different options for how the channels are internally routed. Run a time-stretched loop through a cloud of delay taps, re-record it and carry on. Overdub, freeze, dissolve, smear. The device’s heart is the clock control, which slows or accelerates both sides simultaneously in harmonized steps. Instantly turn a loop into rolling chirps, or divide a reverb down into atmospheric noise. And naturally, we have full MIDI, dip-switch, and preset implementation.

Each M O O D pedal offers the following features:

  • 6 independent algorithms over 2 channels (Reverb, Delay, Slip, Env, Tape, Stretch)
  • Quantized clock control over FX processors
  • 100% analog dry signal path
  • Save-able Presets (2 on board, 6 via “faves” switch, 122 via midi)
  • 16 dip switches in back of pedal for usage with expression pedal or CV
  • 9-volt operation and standard DC input

M O O D carries a suggested retail price of $349 beginning June 20th.

Watch the company's video demo:

For more information:
Chase Bliss Audio

A maze of modulation and reverberations leads down many colorful tone vortices.

Deep clanging reverb tones. Unexpected reverb/modulation combinations.

Steep learning curve for a superficially simple pedal.

$209

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