Airborn is an all-analog design using the famed MN3207 Bucket Brigade Device. Whether you want classic airplane swoosh, musical pitch modulation or metallic comb filtering, the Krozz Devices Airborn’s extensive cockpit makes your journey possible. Two selectable feedback types; additive and subtractive and the Oxidation filter which interacts with them help create some real undiscovered flange tones.
Positive feedback is more traditional where the dry signal and modulated signals are combined to produce a thick flange-sound with deeper frequency sweep. Subtractive Feedback inverts the phase of the modulated signal, resulting in a more colorful flange voicing with a hollow, vocal-like quality.
With the Oxidation knob, you can roll off high-end in the modulated signal for warmer flange or even chorus tones and experiment with the overtones brought on by max feedback but without self-oscillation.
Unlike vintage designs, Krozz made sure this device won’t cut your signal and have given Airborn some massive output, not to mention a momentary footswitch to instantly blast to the fastest speed! Inside Airborn are high quality components including NOS Matsushita/Panasonic MN3207 BBDs (while supplies last). Plus, you can disable the LFO internally and explore those frozen, comb filter effects while still using the extensive feedback controls. Krozz Devices are handbuilt in Brazil, check them out!
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Gear in Video
Amp: Hamstead Artist 60 and 1x12 cab
Guitars: Redtail Beetle Kill, ‘83 Vantage Entertainer, Suhr Classic S (Radioshop HSS Evolution pickups)
Other Pedals: Shnobel Daily Driver
Recording Gear: Universal Audio Apollo 8 QUAD, OX Amp Top Box, de Lisle Amp-Speaker Switcher 4x4 Pro Plus, Royer R-121 Mic
Drums: Stefan Pötzsch
Strings: StringJoy Signature 10-46 https://tinyurl.com/StringjoyAndy
Cables: Sinasoid, Evidence SIS & Revelation Guitar Cables
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