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Time control knob
To choose which effect to implement, a switch is provided on the front panel of the Stasis Leak. A time control knob is also featured, which controls a different function dependant on which effect is selected. The time control is also associated to an independent CV input. When a jack is inserted into the CV input, the knob serves to attenuate incoming control voltages, with the CV input responding to 0V-5V signals.
When a chorus effect is selected, the time control knob can be used to alter the LFO rate of the effect. In delay mode, the control alters the time sub-divisions ranging from 50-1000 milliseconds. This allows for precise editing of the delay effect. When in reverb mode, the time control knob modifies the effects pre-delay.
The Stasis Leak also features a density control which, once again, has different functions depending on which effect is implemented. An individual CV input also utilises the density control that responds to 0V-5V signals. When a jack is connected to the CV input, the knob serves to attenuate incoming control voltages.
When no CV input is connected and the module is in chorus mode, the density control effects the depth of the effect. In delay mode, the density control can be used to change the number of repeats attached to the initial signal. In reverb mode, the density knob alters the decay time.
Tone and Wet controls
The Tone control works the same across all three effects as a lowpass filter. The control can be used to accurately cut the high frequencies of the effected signal, this can simultaneously help create definition between the dry and wet signal. The Wet control changes the amount of effected signal that is mixed with the dry signal. Dry signal is always sent at 100%, with the wet then mixed in.
Left and right outputs
Both the chorus and reverb effects can be outputted in stereo utilising both outputs on the Stasis Leak. The delay effect is mono and can be outputted through either the right or left channel. For best results when using the chorus in a mono signal path, the left and right signals, which are 90 degrees out of phase with each other, should be combined using a small mixer.
- DSP effects module
- Choice of stereo chorus, stereo plate reverb and tap tempo delay
- Full stereo output of the chorus and reverb effects
- Depth: 35mm
- Width: 6HP
- 12V draw: 96mA
- -12V draw: 14mA
- 5V draw: 0mA
- Product code: STASIS-LEAK