Walrus Audio Releases the Julianna Deluxe Chorus/Vibrato

This release packs an all analog, digital LFO, stereo chorus/vibrato with expanded features.

Oklahoma City, OK (September 9, 2020) -- Building off of the lush, tonal landscapes that the Julia created, Walrus Audio is beyond excited to announce the Julianna Deluxe Chorus/Vibrato. This release packs an all analog, digital LFO, stereo chorus/vibrato with new expanded features. Julianna is able to produce everything from mild smooth chorus, to seasick vibrato. The familiar controls like Lag, Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend, and selectable LFO wave shapes are all still here but Julianna employs some new tricks: Secondary LFO speed, modulation drift, tap/expression control, momentary features, and external tap tempo will have you commanding all new kinds of sounds not found in traditional chorus pedals.

In addition to the highly requested tap tempo switch and stereo in/out jacks, players will once again find new life in chorus with Drift and Secondary LFO speed. With Drift mode, the pedal’s LFO rate gently speeds up and down. It’s like having a little robot in the pedal moving your Rate knob up and down. With the Secondary LFO speed, you can ramp up or slow down your LFO rate depending on where the Rate knob is set. When you combine these settings with the added random wave shape and tap multiplier, there is a near infinite amount of sounds to explore.

The Julianna comes in a deep lavender colored enclosure with surf green ink, featuring original artwork of Julia’s big sister emerging from the depths that her sister once ruled. Illustration by Adam Forster. The die-cast enclosure’s exact size is 4.77” x 2.9” x 2.3”. Power requirements are 9VDC, center negative (100mA minimum).

Walrus Audio is offering The Julianna for a retail price of $249 and is available now at walrusaudio.com and with our authorized dealers all over the galaxy.

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Walrus Audio

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