The FLUID TIME MK II is a pure analog delay which controlled by micro controller. The signal path is all consist of analog circuit, this design ensures the perfect tone quality. In analog circuit part, this pedal equipped a super buffer circuit, it can be used to buffer the original signal. During the performance and rehearsal, even facing of the most complex interference environment , the signal still remains very pure, it will not lose the top end of the sustain, also the air sense..
The control part of FLUID TIME MK II is consist of digital signal controllers, compared with the traditional BBD analog delay, this pedal has a great breakthrough in use. Same as the digital delay, the FLUID TIME MK II also features the TAP TAMPO and TAP DIVISION function. When using TAP TAMPO function, you can get a LO-FI BBD delay signal with the delay time of up to 2s. When using TAP DIVISION function, you can divide the current delay time to other beats.
Furthermore, except the common TURE BYPASS and BUFFER BYPASS, the FLUID TIME MK II was also equipped TRAIL BYPASS.
The FLUID TIME MK II is designed a FX LOOP in the effect path, you can add any effects which you need in the loop, such as chorus, wah, flanger, and so on.
In addition to the normal mode, the FLUID TIME MK II has 3 special working modes, they are, DUAL TIME mode, TAKE OFF mode and STEP OVER mode. When working in the DUAL TIME mode, you can set up 2 fixed delay times, and during the playing you can freely switching between these 2 delay times . When working in the TAKE OFF mode, you can get a amazing auditory effect caused by the increased feedback. The STEP OVER is a strange effect, like aliens are talking. Both TAKE OFF and STEP OVER can give you a unique tone on the stage.
The FLUID TIME MK II has powerful external control function. By connecting CTRL/CV JACK, you can control and switch the BYPASS, TAP TAMPO and special working modes. You can also connect CV pedal or generator to adjust the delay time, auto trigger the special working modes and adjust the parameters of special working modes.