The Atmosphere is a compact multi-mode Reverberator containing 16 high quality, custom DSP reverb algorithms. These include classic favourites like Spring, Hall, Plate, as well as more experimental sounds like Aether (reverse), Gated, Pitch, plus many others. The Atmosphere features a vibrant 1.8” TFT colour screen providing easy access to many in-depth functions like: On-board Presets, Internal LFO system, Expression/Control Voltage mapping, MIDI, and more. Like all Dr. Scientist pedals, the Atmosphere can be used with guitar, bass, synths, and many other instruments.
Features -16 custom programmed digital effects in 1 small box -16 On-board Presets -Full MIDI control over every parameter and access to presets -Large colour screen display for easy navigation -Multi Stomp Switch with assignable Press and Hold functions -Powerful internal LFO system with 8 waveforms and tap tempo for unbelievable modulations -Expression pedal/control voltage/Internal LFO can be mapped to 6 parameters -Internal LFO syncs to MIDI beat clock -Momentary infinite decay on every patch -High quality analog signal path -Premium parts and components throughout -Selectable True Bypass or Trails Bypass with soft touch relay switching -Full control over wet/dry mix -24 Bit A/D conversion at 33.2kHz sample rate -Control over DSP Engine clock speed/system resolution -Choice of several bypass screen displays to suit your individuality -Top mounted audio and power jacks -Designed and handmade in B.C., Canada
RES – Control over DSP Engine clock speed/system resolution from 16kHz to 33.2kHz Affects sample rate, delay times, and effect rates MIX– Adjusts the balance between Input (Dry) and Effect (Wet) signals VOL – Controls the Input (Dry) and Effect (Wet) signal levels TONE – Cuts or Boosts the high frequency content of the Effect (Wet) signal DECAY – Controls the time the reverb takes to fade out (Displayed on screen) CTRL1 – Controls parameter 1 of the current patch (Displayed on screen) CTRL2 – Controls parameter 2 of the current patch (Displayed on screen) – Rotary Encoder: Cycles through patches with clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation, Also used to navigate through menus Button: Press to toggle between Default and Preset of current patch. Hold to save a preset. Double click to enter menus. Press once to select options within menus Multi – Assignable functions for press and hold include: Next Patch, Previous Patch, Preset/Default toggle, Infinite Decay, Tap Tempo for LFO, LFO On/Off, None Enter menu by holding stomp and double clicking PATCH button Bypass – Engage or disengage the effect, hold to toggle between True Bypass and Trails Bypass