NAMM 2019: Eventide releases Rose delay
Modulated, digital delay meets analogue circuitry.
Eventide has unveiled the Rose, a super-modulated, digital delay pedal with all-analogue circuitry.
Its unique design – built for mixing, filtering and feedback – differs from DSP-based effects, and enables it to produce a spectrum of interesting sounds, including lush textures and experimental compositions. Its circuit design is derived from a variable digital clock which can go from a range of about 200kHz for maximum fidelity and up to 10 seconds of delay, down to about 8kHz for 50 seconds of delay.
The Rose comes with six tactile knobs – mix, feedback, depth, delay, filter and rate – that let you sculpt your delay sounds. It also has three buttons that modify the delay in interesting ways. Here’s a closer look:
- Delay Multiplier button:
- Increases the delay by either 2x, 3x, 4x or 5x
- Phase Invert/Reverse Playback button:
- Phase Invert Mode: Flips the output phase (with respect to the input phase) for short delay times
- Reverse Playback Mode: Plays the delay line backwards
- Shape button:
- Changes the modulation source
- Select from Sine, Square, Random, Envelope and External options
Two other highlights are the assignable hotswitch and three bypass types. The former can be configured to control different parameters – including Tap Tempo and Delay Repeats – while the latter lets you select between Buffered, Relay, Kill Input bypass presets.
Last but not least, the Rose has MIDI control and a fully assignable aux switch/expression pedal input for increased versatility.
Check out a teaser of the Rose below:
Pre-orders at $349. More information at eventideaudio.com.