I’m really excited about this. Old Blood Noise Endeavors is releasing the Procession Reverb. The first I heard about this is in the BeardTone video at Old Blood, and Brady mentioned that the Procession was next. Knowing how they knocked it out of the park with the Black Fountain delay and Haunt Fuzz, you know they’ll only do awesome with this pedal! The made an announcement with an official press release, and the release of a great sonic video showing what the Procession is capable about. It’s important to note that this is not a ‘technical’ video, but something creative – which I absolutely love that Old Blood Noise Endeavors does. Technical videos usually follow close behind.
Check out the video:
Here is the official press release:
Old Blood Noise Endeavors is pleased to announce the Procession Reverb, a science fiction-inspired digital reverb pedal with a focus on otherworldly noises not easily comprehended or achieved through a single pedal. With a simple control layout and mode toggle switch, the Procession can quickly achieve washed-out filtered, flanged and tremolo reverb sounds.
Controls include Reverb for the reverb decay time, Mix for the balance between unaffected signal and affected signal, Speed and Depth for for the chosen modulation mode.Â A three-way toggle switch allows the player to choose between Flange, Filter or Tremolo modes. The Hold footswitch allows the user to lock in a reverb sustain as long as the footswitch is pressed and provides the opportunity to play over the sustained reverb signal, similar to multi-tracking.
The Procession is True Bypass and is conveniently powered by most 9V DC power supplies.
The Procession may be purchased for $199 at most places that carry Old Blood Noise Endeavors products and online at oldbloodnoise.com.
Let me know what you think by commenting below!
8 years ago
Pedal walk through on my site BeardTone.com. Demos on my Instagram @BeardToneReply
8 years ago
I've been checking these guys vids out since the first coffee and riffs. they should just make an album on bandcamp filled with the audio from theses ads. Also, I have been into this kind of music for over a year now and I can't seem to find anything that tells you how to play like that is there any chance you know how to get that dissonant flowy melodic airy playing style found in so muchy post rock,noise rock ,ambient bands, I don't know what scales to go learn. And I'm starting to get stale (as all of us do)Reply
8 years ago
I’ve been checking these guys vids out since the first coffee and riffs. they should just make an album on bandcamp filled with the audio from theses ads. Also, I have been into this kind of music for over a year now and I can’t seem to find anything that tells you how to play like that is there any chance you know how to get that dissonant, flowy, melodic, airy playing style found in so much post rock,noise rock ,ambient bands, I don’t know what scales to go learn. And I’m starting to get stale (as all of us do)Reply