Project Diana is a BBD (Bucket-brigade device) analog audio path delay, featuring tap tempo, five different subdivisions and 600ms maximum delay time. Designed with custom analog anti-aliasing and reconstruction filters, the four original Panasonic MN3008 BBD chips produce warm tight slap back echoes and long deep end delay tones.
Royal Flush is a dual channel overdrive with separate controls for each channel. The first channel is a low gain overdrive and is designed to create tube amp “early break-up” overdrive for rhythm tone with tone clarity. Second channel is a medium gain overdrive and is designed to capture creamy and rich sound of an amp-like distortion crunch. Both channels engaged emulate a more aggressive cranked tube amp sound with tons of sustain.
Vibler is a full analog audio-path phase shift effect and is designed to capture two of the most famous effects, the 1969 Shin-Ei Uni-Vibe Chorus/Vibrato and the 1970’s vintage Bad Stone Phase Shifter, and emulates an organic, rich Leslie type effect while combines smooth ultra-warm modulation from very slow swoosh to fast warble.