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Hungry Robot El Castillo Arpeggiating Reverb Pedal
Cat: 780927 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Reverb pedal
Notes: El Castillo is an arpeggiating reverb that takes pitch-bent reverb to an entirely new level.

It uses a unique combination of 3 circuit blocks (reverb, pitch-shift, and delay) to create a highly experimental, ambient reverb.

REVERB - The reverb block is the heart of the pedal. It uses the same high quality reverb brick found in my other reverb pedals. It has two controls: Level and Regen. The Level control increases the amount of wet signal, without effecting the dry signal. The Regen control controls the amount of signal fed through the feedback loop. Turing up the Regen knob will increase the decay and also the number or arpeggiations.

PITCH-SHIFT - The pitch-shift block is located in the feedback loop of the reverb. Adding a pitch-shift to the feedback signal creates a stair step effect. Each time the signal travels through the feedback loop, it will shift the pitch of the wet signal up or down. The pitch shifting section is controlled by the Quantize mode switch and the Pitch Knob (small, middle knob).

DELAY - The delay block is also located inside the feedback loop. It is a simple, single repeat delay that can range from 0-800ms. This feature causes the signal to delay going through the pitch-shift block. With the delay time set at minimum, the stair stepping effect happens very quickly. As you increase the delay time, the pitch intervals are stretched out and it creates a very gradual pitch arpeggiation. The delay length is determined by the Stretch knob.

MODES - El Castillo has 2 modes of operation: Un-Quantized and Quantized. The toggle switch selects the mode and determines the function of the Pitch knob.

---In the Un-Quantized mode (toggle to the left), the pitch knob has a free-range and can select any pitch interval between -1 octave and +1 octave. At 12 o'clock, there is zero pitch-shift.

---In the Quantized mode (toggle to the right), the pitch-shift is locked to -1 octave and +1 Octave. Turning the pitch knob crossfades between the two octave shifts to allow both to be heard at once or separately. Turning the knob fully to the left provides only octave down intervals. Turning the knob to the right provides only octave up intervals (traditional shimmer). At 12 o'clock, there is a 50/50 blend of octave up and octave down intervals.

Current Draw: 113 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot Output Module Desktop Module
Cat: 780994 Rel: 23 Nov 20
 
Output module
Notes: The Hungry Robot Output Module allows users to interface your modular system with headphones, speakers, and recording interfaces. It uses a high quality amplifier circuit to boost the signal to the level you need. It accepts both mono and stereo signals. Plug in you inputs and output however you need, internal switching will automatically route the signal to where it needs to be based on what you have plugged in. As with all Hungry Robot "Modular Boxes" the Output Module can be powered with a simple 9V DC, Negative Center power supply.

KNOB
-VOLUME: Controls the overall volume of the output. Adjust to taste.

PATCH POINTS
-IN(L/MONO): Left input. Use this if you are running mono and want it split into stereo.
-IN(R): Right Input
-OUT(L/STEREO): Left output. Use this for stereo situations (TRS/Headphones)
-OUT(R): Right Output

Dimensions: 4.7" x 2.6" x 1.5"
Power: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot Slew Desktop Module
Cat: 780996 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Slew generator module
Notes: This module is a dual channel Slew generator. In short, slew generators restrict changes in voltage. The most common use of this is to add portamento or glide to a fluctuating voltage. As with all Hungry Robot "Modular Boxes" the Slew can be powered with a simple 9V DC, Negative Center power supply.

KNOBS
-SLEW KNOBS (x2): Adjusts the amount of slew on each channel. Max slew time is approximately 750ms (patch both channels together for 1500ms)

PATCH POINTS
-IN (x2): Patch in the CV that you would like to add Slew or Portamento
-OUT (x2): Patch this to where you would like the resulting Slewed CV to go

Dimensions: 4.7" x 2.6" x 1.5"
Power: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Borderland (Lite) Ambient Digital Reverb With Octave Pedal
Cat: 780924 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Digital reverb with octave pedal
Notes: The Borderland (lite) contains the same base circuitry and reverb algorithm as its older sibling, but without the modulation options. It contains the same lush reverb algorithm and retains the three octave mode. It is perfect if you love the tone of The Borderland, but don't need the complex LFO and modulation options and just want a really solid ambient reverb.

Pressing down on the right footswitch sends the pedal into near infinite sustain with the trails teetering on the edge of self-oscillation. The Effect and Clean knobs allow you to dial in the perfect ratio of wet and dry signals. Adjusting the Ambiance and Brilliance knobs sets the length of decay and the cutoff frequency of the onboard low pass filter, ranging from a small room reverb to a cavernous, dark hall reverb.

The Borderland (lite) is the perfect for creating lush, ambient textures.

Knobs

"Clean" - Sets the volume of the original dry signal
"Ambiance" - Sets the overall decay of the reverb trails

"Brilliance" - Sets the cutoff frequency of the low pass filter

"Effect" - Sets the volume of the wet reverb signal

Toggle Switch

Octave - Enables a three octave reverb algorithm. Taking the original reverb signal and mixing it in with an octave up and octave down reverb.

Footswitches

Left - Master On/Off

Right - Sends the pedal into near infinite sustain

Other
"Secret Mode" - There is a secret mode that can be selected internally by way of a dipswitch. This mode replaces the reverb code with delay code. The "Ambiance" knob is now delay feedback and the "Brilliance" knob is now delay time.

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Karman Line Joystick Delay & Oscillation Device Pedal
Cat: 780928 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Delay & oscillation device pedal
Notes: The Karman Line is a modulating joystick delay and oscillation device that features a heavily filtered, lo-fi delay line with vinyl inspired pitch modulation.

The repeats on The Karman Line are dark and overdriven. The not-so-subtle grittiness provides the perfect tone for creating a deeply textured, lo-fi wall-of-sound. The Karman Line was designed for glitchy experimentalists, but can find its place in many musical settings.

The Karman Line features vinyl-esque pitch modulation centered on an all analog, light-based LFO. The modulation mimics the sound of slowing down a record player with your finger. The modulation can go from subtle to extreme, borderline obnoxious (in a good way) pitch bending.

The most intriguing aspect of The Karman Line is the implementation of a joystick. The Karman Line employs a delay chip that creates an audible warp as you manipulate the delay time, controlled by the Y-Axis of the joystick. The X-Axis controls the rate of modulation.

The "Swell" footswitch (center) and "Launch" footswitch (right) provide two methods for bringing the circuit into ramping oscillation. Both footswitches work by overloading the circuit with out-of-control repeats (a.k.a. oscillation).

The "Swell" footswitch is a momentary switch that allows you to create a ramping volume swell at any time. It lets the repeats crash into each other, getting louder and louder with each repeat. When you let go, the repeats return to their normal setting.

The "Launch" footswitch is a latching switch that creates a below the mix oscillation that can be manipulated with the joystick for outer space noises. The joystick also acts as a pitch selector. With the "Launch" switch activated, the O.Mix knob overrides the Mix knob to allow you to dampen the volume of the oscillation.

Max delay time is just under 500ms in "GUITAR MODE" and 1000ms in "BASS MODE." Mode is controlled by an internal dipswitch.

Current Draw: 37 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 5.7" x 4.7" x 1.5"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Lumen State Variable Overdrive Pedal
Cat: 780918 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Overdrive pedal
Notes: The Lumen is a State Variable FET-Based Overdrive. It marks a return to the overdrive world for Hungry Robot Pedals.

Under the hood, it contains an active State Variable Filter, a type of filter that is common place in the synth world. State Variable Filters offer more clarity and presence than standard passive tonestacks. A typical passive tonestack works by removing tonal content, a State Variable Filter works by actively amplifying frequencies that are already present in your signal. The filter is actually made up of 3 individual filters (low pass, band pass, high pass) that split the incoming signal into 3 frequency ranges and amplifies those ranges without tone loss.

While designing The Lumen, Hungry Robot challenged themselves to create an overdrive that used no diode clipping. The most common approach for an overdrive is to send an amplified signal into a clipping section where diodes chop up the waveform and distortion is create. I opted for a more natural approach of cascading FET gain stages. The distortion is created by soaking the transistors with gain. To me, this method provides a more organic, tube-like saturation than a clipping section.

And to top it all off, The Lumen also has a clean blend, allowing you to mix back in some of your clean tone. At 12 o'clock, the clean signal is near unity gain. Past 12 o'clock, it amplifies your clean signal.

Knobs:

"Drive"- Sets the gain level on the first FET stage. It is normal for the knob to crackle when turned.

"Clean" - Sets the level of the clean blend. Past 12 o'clock is boost.

"Level" - Sets the volume of the drive signal.

"H.P" - Sets the level of the high pass filter.

"B.P" - Sets the level of the band pass filter.

"L.P" - Sets the level of the low pass filter.

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Lumen State Variable Overdrive Pedal (B-STOCK)
Cat: 804823 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
B-STOCK: Slight surface marks
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The Lumen is a State Variable FET-Based Overdrive. It marks a return to the overdrive world for Hungry Robot Pedals.

Under the hood, it contains an active State Variable Filter, a type of filter that is common place in the synth world. State Variable Filters offer more clarity and presence than standard passive tonestacks. A typical passive tonestack works by removing tonal content, a State Variable Filter works by actively amplifying frequencies that are already present in your signal. The filter is actually made up of 3 individual filters (low pass, band pass, high pass) that split the incoming signal into 3 frequency ranges and amplifies those ranges without tone loss.

While designing The Lumen, Hungry Robot challenged themselves to create an overdrive that used no diode clipping. The most common approach for an overdrive is to send an amplified signal into a clipping section where diodes chop up the waveform and distortion is create. I opted for a more natural approach of cascading FET gain stages. The distortion is created by soaking the transistors with gain. To me, this method provides a more organic, tube-like saturation than a clipping section.

And to top it all off, The Lumen also has a clean blend, allowing you to mix back in some of your clean tone. At 12 o'clock, the clean signal is near unity gain. Past 12 o'clock, it amplifies your clean signal.

Knobs:

"Drive"- Sets the gain level on the first FET stage. It is normal for the knob to crackle when turned.

"Clean" - Sets the level of the clean blend. Past 12 o'clock is boost.

"Level" - Sets the volume of the drive signal.

"H.P" - Sets the level of the high pass filter.

"B.P" - Sets the level of the band pass filter.

"L.P" - Sets the level of the low pass filter.

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Moby Dick V2 Lofi Tape Delay With Modulation & Tap Tempo Pedal
Notes: The Moby Dick V2 brings up to date one of the first pedals that put Hungry Robot on the map. The original Moby Dick is well known for its chimey, tape-emulating delay line with slight lo-fi imperfections and subtle modulation; a "back-to-basics" delay in the world of multi-mode DSP delays.

The V2 has an obviously smaller footprint, but the most exciting changes lie in the circuit updates. When working on the V2, Hunry Robots wanted to further explore the sonic capabilities of the Moby Dick tape-emulation, rather than a miniature version of the pedal- specifically in a lo-fi, wrecked-tape context.

One of the magical qualities of recording to tape is the lovely saturation. The original Moby Dick had a gritty, saturated quality, but in the V2, this quality was pushed to its limit. A "Lo-Fi" knob which allows you to dial in additional tape saturation to the delay line. This is done by applying pre-gain amplification to the front end of the delay chip, resulting in a wonderfully organic character when gain is applied.

The capabilities of the modulation were also expanded. The original Moby Dick had a very subtle chorusing effect. Though it sounded great, it was admittedly subtle. The V2 increases the modulation depth dramatically, allowing it to travel beyond subtle chorusing into more extreme pitch bending territory. The "Mod" in conjunction with a cranked "Lo-Fi" knob creates the most amazing broken tape-deck quality, but when these knobs are dialed back it retains the overall character of the original.

Current Draw: 30 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 2.6" x 1.5"

Delay Time: Approximately 1000ms

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Monastery Dual Channel Polyphonic Octaver Pedal
Cat: 780926 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Polypohnic octave generator pedal
Notes: The Monastery is a Dual Preset, Polyphonic Octave Generator that allows for simultaneous octave up and octave down with minimal latency and excellent tracking anywhere on the neck, even with multiple notes. The Monastery is inspired by the rich, multi-layered, timbre of vintage organs with its subtle Leslie warble.

The Monastery features highly intuitive controls. Hungry Robots decided to deviated from the standard three knob "Dry,Up,Down" controls used in many octave pedals and went for a more intelligent crossfade/pan arrangement. The biggest advantage of this setup is that the volume remains at unity-gain no matter where you set the knobs. The left knobs are the "Dry/Wet" controls. They adjust the ratio of wet and dry and can go from 100% wet to 100% dry with an even split at twelve o'clock. The right knobs are the "+/-" knobs. They work in a similar matter, but control the ratio of octave up and octave down.

The most compelling aspect of The Monastery is the dual preset function. You can seamlessly cycle between two presets with the right footswitch. The top LED denotes which row of controls is active. If the LED is lit, the top row of knobs is active. If the LED is unlit, the bottom row is active.

Current Draw: 74 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 2.6" x 1.5"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel

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Hungry Robot The Stargazer V2 Dual Channel Ambient Reverb Pedal
Cat: 780922 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Reverb pedal
Notes: The Stargazer V2 is the follow up to one of Hungry Robots' most loved pedals. The original Stargazer has found it place on the boards of hundreds of musicians around the world. The intent was to keep the overall essence of the orignal the same while expanding its functionality. The "Stargazer" sound that many have fallen in love with remains unchanged with its classic "hall" and "sparkle" modes.

So, what's new? The most exciting change is the "simultaneous, parallel processing" of the two channels. With the new Stargazer, both channels can be used at the same time (the original version only allowed for you to use one channel at a time). The V2 has two independently voiced reverbs that can be stacked in parallel. Layering the two channels makes for an even more lush reverb tone with added depth.

The most obvious change is the physical size of the pedal; The PCB was designed more efficiently without major changes to the circuit.

The "Sparkle" switch has been removed, but both reverb modes are still available. The left channel (red knobs) is the "HALL" channel and is a darker hall-style reverb. The right channel (blue knobs) is the "SPARKLE" channel and is a sparkly, bright reverb that has a shimmery quality without an octave shift.

LEFT CHANNEL - HALL
RIGHT CHANNEL - SPARKLE

Current Draw: 70 mA

Switching: Buffered Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 2.6" x 1.5"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Stargazer V2 Dual Channel Ambient Reverb Pedal (B-STOCK)
Cat: 804824 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
B-STOCK: Slight surface marks
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The Stargazer V2 is the follow up to one of Hungry Robots' most loved pedals. The original Stargazer has found it place on the boards of hundreds of musicians around the world. The intent was to keep the overall essence of the orignal the same while expanding its functionality. The "Stargazer" sound that many have fallen in love with remains unchanged with its classic "hall" and "sparkle" modes.

So, what's new? The most exciting change is the "simultaneous, parallel processing" of the two channels. With the new Stargazer, both channels can be used at the same time (the original version only allowed for you to use one channel at a time). The V2 has two independently voiced reverbs that can be stacked in parallel. Layering the two channels makes for an even more lush reverb tone with added depth.

The most obvious change is the physical size of the pedal; The PCB was designed more efficiently without major changes to the circuit.

The "Sparkle" switch has been removed, but both reverb modes are still available. The left channel (red knobs) is the "HALL" channel and is a darker hall-style reverb. The right channel (blue knobs) is the "SPARKLE" channel and is a sparkly, bright reverb that has a shimmery quality without an octave shift.

LEFT CHANNEL - HALL
RIGHT CHANNEL - SPARKLE

Current Draw: 70 mA

Switching: Buffered Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 2.6" x 1.5"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Wash V2 Tap Tempo Delay With Wash Reverb Pedal
Cat: 780920 Rel: 03 Sep 20
 
Delay/reverb pedal
Notes: The Wash is a dream come true for ambient player and ushers in a new chapter in the world of delays. It accomplishes the arduous task of creating an organic, below-the-mix wash. Normally this requires stacking 3-4 reverb and delay pedals at the end of your chain. The unique "Wash Circuit" creates the perfect wash with only one pedal.

For the new version (V2), Hungry Robots worked hard to squeeze the circuit into a smaller enclosure while keeping the build quality and tone quality identical. The circuit that hundreds of users have fell in love with is unchanged. The new versions are 2 inches smaller left and right. In addition to the smaller enclosure, the new option for top mounted jacks can save you a lot of board space.

At its most basic utility, The Wash is an outstanding analog-voiced, tap-tempo delay with just over 1000ms of delay time.

The Wash circuit is what makes the pedal stand out from other delays on the market. The Wash circuit adds reverb to the signal and through a complicated network of internal feedback loops, subtle multi-head Binson effect, and what is known as "ripple effect," It works to add a hauntingly beautiful wash to your signal in ways that can't be accomplished by stacking a reverb and a delay in series. It does all of this while keeping the clarity and presence of your original signal without getting lost in the soup of decay.

The Wash reacts to your playing unlike the common DSP reverb/delays with an infinate sustain function. There is a dynamic quality to it that is hard to replicate with any other single pedal.

The "Ripple" knob controls The Ripple Effect. The Ripple Effect is a feature in which each successive delay trail slowly scatters and transforms into reverb. The "Resonance" knob is to fine-tune the resonance and decay of the wash. The Middle "The Wash" knob controls the mix/level of the wash.

Current Draw: 92-93 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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