Brady and crew at Old Blood Noise Endeavors put together a great original composition for the first look/hear of the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Reflector Chorus. As you would expect from Old Blood Noise Endeavors, they’re putting their own sound on a conventional effect. I love how OBNE adds that mysterious characteristic to their pedals, and they continued the tradition with the Reflector.
Let’s take a moment and talk about the functions. Here is a snippet from their press release:
Controls include Rate and Depth for the Chorus/Flanger/Vibrato speed, Mix for a balance between unaffected and affected signal and Modulate to add Pitch selection, Chorus Voice selection or Flanger depth, depending on the mode. A three-way toggle switch allows the player to choose between Wrinkle Mode (A Vibrato-esque warble chorus with the added option of pitch selection, meaning the Modulate knob goes from one octave down to one octave up, with noon being close to pitch unity), Myriad Mode (a simple lush chorus, Modulate control selects from 1 to 4 voices on the Chorus.) or Mirrors Mode (Detuned Chorus meets Flanger in which the Modulate knob controls the depth of the Flanger, while Rate corresponds to both the Flanger speed and the detuned Chorus speed).
And here is the great video demo with original composition featuring the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Reflector Chorus:
The base riff started off with the following pedals:
From there it grew with additional pedals and instruments. Man.. I loved the Bass VI in there!