The Spatial Delivery is a voltage-controlled envelope filter that has three modes -- Upward Filter Sweep, Downward Filter Sweep, and Sample & Hold. The Spatial Delivery will help you explore the final frontier of funk while reinforcing your secret love affair with auto-wah.
V2 Updates - January 2018
• New flexi switch silent relay based switching allows for traditional latching or momentary operation.
• For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass. For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you’d like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.
In Up and Down modes, you’ll get super precise touch-sensitive tone sweeps with a variety of filter types. In both modes, the Spatial Delivery’s controls for Range, Resonance, and Filter interact to deliver anything from subtle phaser-like modulation, to whistly resonant peaks. The Range control adjusts the sensitivity of the envelope, dialing in the overall touch-responsiveness to pick attack. Resonance adjusts the feedback of the filter. Counter-clockwise settings yield a rounded, subdued tone, while clockwise settings increase the body and ring of the filter voice, resulting in a sharp, peaky tone. The Filter control crossfades between Low-Pass, Band-Pass, and High-Pass filters, so only the good bits of your signal get freaky funkified.
In Sample & Hold mode, the filter is controlled by a random voltage, which causes a series of unpredictable bleeps and bloops, and honestly, is just good clean fun. In this mode, the Range controls the speed of the effect, and if you figure out what the rest of the controls do, let us know, will you? Add an octave before/after the Sample & Hold and you’ll have created a deep-fried space droid computer freakout!
We recommend placing the Spatial Delivery first in your signal chain for optimal tracking, but experimenting with stacking and signal chain placement can take the potential of the Spatial Delivery even further. It’s like ol’ Jack Burton (or was it Shaq?) always says in a time like this, “Don’t fake the funk on the nasty dunk.”
The Spatial Delivery is true-bypass, and built one-at-a-time by a bunch of damn jokers in Akron, Ohio, USA – where we would never, ever dream of faking the funk on the nasty dunk.CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
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