Source Audio Introduces the Collider Delay + Reverb Pedal

Source Audio Collider Delay Reverb PedalSource Audio has continued its rollout of new products with the Collider Delay and Reverb. The unit brings together the most popular delay and reverb engines from their Ventris and Nemesis pedals into one box.

“The Collider features two completely independent 56-bit signal processors, essentially housing a high-powered reverb AND a high-powered delay pedal in a single box,” Source Audio writes. “This means that it is possible to create magnificent tones with any two-effect combination of delay/reverb, delay/delay, or reverb/reverb. And dual footswitches provide individual Engage/Bypass control over each effect, making it a perfect choice for live performance.”

It has twelve different effect engines with tweakable parameters to dial in your sound. Other features include stereo inputs and outputs, eight user presets (or 128 presets accessible via MIDI messages), integrated tap tempo with a 3-way beat division switch, Reverb Hold mode, full MIDI capability, external expression control, and external preset switching. As with many of the company’s pedals, it can also utilize extra editing and routing options via the Neuro Desktop and Mobile App Editors.

Hear what it can do in this demo (with Nathan Navarro on bass):

The Source Audio Collider is available for $349.

Source Audio Collider Delay+Reverb Pedal Features:

12 Delay and Reverb Engines: Room Reverb, Hall Reverb, True Spring Reverb, Plate Reverb, Shimmer Reverb, E-Dome Reverb, Swell Reverb, Digital Delay, Analog Delay, Tape Delay, Reverse Delay, Oil Can Delay
Stereo IO
Dual Processing
Analog Dry-Through
Universal Bypass
128 Presets
Dual Delay or Reverb Control Set
Tap Tempo
Reverb “Hold” Mode
Knobs “Lock” Switch
MIDI Functionality
Expression Control
Neuro Editor Capability
Includes 9v DC Power Supply
USB Port
Brushed Anodized Aluminum Housing
Dimensions: L: 4.5 in. x W: 4.5 in. x H: 2 in.(including knobs)
Weight: 1 lb.

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