Koma Elektronik – Delay Pedals (modules) coming

2 Videos about upcoming pedals (or use them as modules). the first one being a delay using Vactrols (thats an optical component).

KOMA Elektronik – Neues UPDATE.

what they say:
KOMA BD101: Mangle and cut your sound apart with an innovative vactrol controlled analog delay circuit in combination with a fully adjustable wide range frequency gate. It sounds like you’re playing your instrument on the porch outside of your house and inside your amp is slowly sinking in the toilet, CV controlled of course. This might sound strange, but that’s just what this pedal is about: create weird resonant frequencies, shift between heavy delayed sounds and super short pulses, with whatever instrument you want to plug into it. The BD101 comes standard with a solid footswitch, multiple inputs, an audio and control voltage patchbay and our new innovative expression controller.

All the pedals we wIll release in the fall of 2011 (KOMA BD101, KOMA FT201, KOMA HN104 & KOMA SH103) will have a couple of special features like a big CV and audio patchbay. Besides that we also came up with an innovative built-in expression controller which allows you to control many features of the pedal by just moving your foot, hand or any other body part over the bottom of the pedal.

The CV signal of the onboard expression controller will be an output on the patchbay. This way you can control many of the onboard functions of the pedal without even touching it! For instance, when you use our Delay & Gating pedal, the KOMA BD101, you can control the LFO speed, gate amount, delay time & feedback of the effect, while playing your instrument! No need for external expression pedals anymore, with the KOMA FX pedal series it all comes in one package! Total control and no more pain in your back from kneeling down

http://www.youtube.com/embed/ZLawmcu1wIM + http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VbB1X8AyxI + http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoFB92C1itY

KOMA Elektronik - Development Video #2 - Expression Controller

KOMA Elektronik - Development Video #1 - KOMA BD101

KOMA Elektronik - Development Video #3 - BD101 Prototype - Musikmesse 2011

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