Deep Space Devices Introduces the Radio Bright Ring Mod Delay Pedal
Deep Space Devices has expanded its line of effects with a new pedal called the Radio Bright, which brings together a ring modulator and delay into one unit. The company says that while they are known for dirt and octave effects, the Radio Bright better reflects their name.
“With six knobs providing detailed control of the effect and the two toggles, you have the ability to control it to it being a bit-crushing delay to an arp tremolo trailed delay,” they write. “As for the momentary footswitch, you’ll experience a slow ramping effect to the delay when held. With the Radio Bright, you’ll have endless options of creating unique and ambient soundscapes.”
The six knobs include Delay Mix, Time, Feedback, Intensity, Frequency, and Rate. Its mini-switches toggle the arpeggio effect between square and sine waves as well as the delay mix. Reg mode makes the delay mix the main focus for the pedal, the mod makes the ring mod/crush effect fully present, DSD says.
Other features include a die-cast titanium case, true bypass switching, and 9-volt operation. The Deep Space Devices Radio Bright is available now for $199.
Deep Space Devices Radio Bright Ring Mod Delay Pedal Features:
|Knobs: Delay Mix, Time, Feedback, Intensity, Frequency, Rate|
|Toggles: Reg/Mod and Sine/Square|
|Die-cast titanium cases|
|On/off Footswitch, Momentary Footswitch|
|True bypass on/off switch|
|9-volt operation, 110ma, standard DC input|