Strymon Blue Sky Reverberator Reverb Pedal
The philosophy behind Strymon's blueSky Reverberator is simple'take a ridiculously powerful SHARC DSP and dedicate it to doing one thing only: producing the most lush, majestic and stunning reverbs ever. Many hours and sleepless nights in the Strymon sound design labs were devoted to developing the complex reverb algorithms found inside blueSky. Strymon squeezed every last drop of processing power available.
Whether you're a classic spring reverb fan or a studio rack aficionado, you'll find your mojo here. blueSky provides three different reverb types, each with three modes, for a total of nine completely unique reverb experiences. blueSky even delivers an extremely versatile plate reverb, a rarity for a stompbox pedal. A full pre-delay and damping section provide deep reverb tone shaping. Add the mod and shimmer modes and you're in store for unending reverb bliss. Couple that with 24-bit 96kHz converters and 115dB typical signal to noise, blueSky is equally at home on top of a studio console as it is in front of a tube amp.
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- Hand crafted, computationally intense Plate, Room and Spring algorithms
- Normal, Mod and Shimmer modes per algorithm for extremely versatile reverb options
- High Damp and Low Damp controls for Ã¼ber-flexible reverb tone shaping
- Mod mode for a beautifully modulated spring, room or plate reverb
- Shimmer mode for infinite pitch effects "in the tank"
- Dedicated Pre-Delay control to fine tune reflection times
Amazing pedal, worth every last penny!
Blown away by this amazing machine
Have only had it for less than a week but very impressed with the sound and versatility of the Blue sky.
Just fantastic in every way!
Love it. using on acoustic, but like all effects pedals it grates on the brain if overused. Like anything with the term "class" attached to it, understated is everything, and less is acoustically more. Instructions are poor. Still trying to work out how to use the favourites switch, but no information given, and even the downloaded guide is missing lots of info. Can it store more than one patch? If so, how do you recover them? If I want to switch between three patches during the course of one song can it do it? etc.etc. Iv'e tried to suss it, but so far can't get it to do that. Easy to use if just twiddling the knobs to find new sounds, but what about live performance...no time to do that then.