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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Presents the Flat Light Textural Flange Shifter

A futuristic flanger packed with three different modes, expression pedal functionality, and an internal trim pot to adjust output level.

Norman, OK (February 21, 2018) -- Building effects around a foundation of flanging, the Flat Light is the latest in the Old Blood Noise Endeavors pedal line. From pitch shifting flanger to highly resonant metallic sounds to reverb-like delays and recognizable swooshes, the Flat Light will induce motion to your sound no matter where it sits in your signal path.

The Flat Light features:

  • Three modes of flanger: Detune (shimmering pitch shift), Resonate (highly resonant multiflange), and Echo (reverb-like delay)
  • Four controls to shape the sound: Rate to set rate, Depth to set depth, Shift to affect the something extra, and Mix to go from 100% dry to 100% wet
  • A Tilt footswitch to momentarily maximize Rate or Shift controls
  • Expression jack for external control of Rate or Shift parameters
  • Internal trimpot to control output level
  • Relay bypass switching and standard 9VDC center negative power

The Flat Light Textural Flange Shifter is available for presale now for $199 directly from Old Blood at oldbloodnoise.com and in select stores worldwide in March.

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