The Julianna is fully analogue and comes with customary depth and rate knobs. However, the depth knob hides a secondary ‘Drift’ function, which speeds up and slows down the rate of the LFO. The third knob, labelled lag, allows you to set the centre delay time that the LFO modulates around from a smooth, tight modulation to “noisy and nauseating” detune at maximum levels. The final knob labelled ‘D-C-V’, is a blend from your dry signal through chorus to vibrato.
Having decided to double down on pretty much every aspect of the original Julia design, the boffins at Walrus have also added a mini-toggle which, in conjunction with the tap tempo footswitch, lets you select a quarter note, quarter note triplet or eighth note multiplier for The Edge-style rhythmic pulses. Answer the question below and you could win one for yourself.