The Wilderness is an analog-voiced delay with up to 1000 milliseconds of delay time. The Wilderness offers feedback, mix, and modulation controls that are global to its two modes: tap and ramp. Tap mode offers tap tempo functionality with four available subdivisions. Ramp mode allows the user to set a slow and fast delay time, and accelerate between the two, creating a pitch-shifting effect.
Up to 1000 milliseconds of delay
Independent modulation controls
Tap delay with four subdivisions
Ramp delay that alternates between two delays
Buffered bypass with trails
All-analog dry signal path
Internal/external tap tempo and ramp control
-9V DC center negative (not battery operable).
-70mA current consumption
Dimensions: 2.6''x4.77'' (W x L)
About the artwork:
The Wilderness design is based the Blackfeet story, “Children in the Wilderness.” The story depicts a brother and sister, who fight to survive the wilderness and all of its challenges. In the end, the children overcome their trials and end up prospering within the wilderness. The story is one of many that my grandma, Mary Ground, translated from Blackfeet to English and published in her book, Grass Woman Stories.