The Chase Bliss Audio MOOD is one part micro-looper (right channel) and one part spatial effects (left channel). The looper side is always listening and you can bend, lengthen, layer, shorten, reverse, slow down, speed up and fragment your loop. Feed your loop into some wild reverb, slip or delay effects and then bend the whole lot up or down with the global Clock control. It can get pretty crazy and it's oh, so much fun. Here I'm making some noise with it and bending it further still by feeding it into some distortion, panning-trem and even more reverb. I know this video and its content won't be for everyone so I'll post a more moderate demo soon. Thanks for the party, Joel!
Guitar: 2019 Harmony Silhouette. Stock.
Amp: Axe-FX III running JTM45 clean, crunch box, panning-trem and reverb.
Power Supply: Eventide PowerMax by Cioks
Mic: Samson Airline77 (me)
Camera: Canon 60D (me) and Nikon D5100 (pedal)
Soundcard: PreSonus Quantum & Fractal Audio Systems Axe-FX III (guitar, mixing and bouncing).
Monitors: Blue Sky Media Desk 2.1
Computer: Apple iMac 27" i7 3.4 GHz 16 GB RAM
Software: Logic Pro X, Waves Plugins, Apple Final Cut Pro X (video editing and Youtube compression).