Pigtronix Introduces Gloamer

GB All-analog, polyphonic amplitude synthesizer pedal      08/08/22

Pigtronix describes Gloamer as an all new all-analog, polyphonic amplitude synthesizer that alters the attack and decay time of any sound source without sacrificing the fidelity of the original tone - hi-fi volume swell and compressor in other words. Here's the details in their own words...

Gloamer's swells, which can be blended with your dry signal, are controlled by its Attack and Decay knobs. When activated, the Attack knob sets the speed at which the swell occurs while the Decay knob determines the speed at which it fades out. When the decay cycle is completed, an auto-reset function causes the attack to begin again immediately, as long as there is audio input. This allows you to create a wide range of undulating, asymmetrical tremolos at slower settings as well as pulsating stutter effects when using faster attack and decay times.

In addition to being a Volume Swell pedal, Gloamer also features a powerful optical compressor that can add subtle punch or extreme sustain, helping to maintain a smooth volume swell effect even with very long attack times.

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