Catalinbread Coriolis Effect
The Catalinbread Coriolis Effect is a sustainer, wah, filter, pitch shifter, and harmonizer!
It is a phenomenon in classical mechanics where trajectory becomes altered due to a rotating frame of reference.
The Catalinbread Coriolis Effect has three main parameters to change the equations of motion for your guitar signal.
Turning down the Velocity and Acceleration controls drags your playing into the heart of a black hole, redshifting your tone into a lower pitch and filtering out the high frequencies.
The Hold button will instantly pull you into the black hole stopping time completely. Plug in and explore where humanity has never shredded before!
In short: Think of the Coriolis Effect as a sustainer, wah, filter, pitch shifter, and harmonizer rolled into one—the sonic possibilities are endless!
- Position: Controls the dry/wet mix
- Velocity: Controls the pitch of the wet signal
- Acceleration: This is a two-pole low pass filter
- Hold: Pressing this button stops any new samples and loops the current sample. Initialise during a chord to sustain the chord for upwards of two minutes. Initialise when playing solos for a fast delay/stutter type of sound
Under the Hood
There are three controls for the Coriolis Effect that can only be accessed by removing the backplate of
the pedal. Inside the enclosure, you will find two switches for Bypass Switching and Expression Pedal as well as a trimmer pot for setting the gain level.
By default, the Coriolis Effect will be set to the True Bypass. In this setting, the effect will be
completely bypassed when the effect is turned off. We included the buffer setting for those who prefer that style of bypass switching