The Red Panda Raster 2 might be marketed as a delay, but it’s so much more than that. Sporting a pristine true stereo digital delay engine, a switchable Shift section, that lets you add pitch-shifting, detune and frequency shifting to your delayed signal, as well as a super powerful LFO section that can be assigned to control either delay time, shift or amplitude, this pedal quickly reveals itself as a true sonic playground.
Classic digital delays, pitch-shifted echoes, octave effects, cascading reverse soundscapes, chorus, phaser, tremolo, ring modulation and so much more, is all captured in this compact and clever device. And with Tap Tempo, MIDI and Expression Control, this pedal fits perfectly into any rig.
*This demo is in true stereo. Please use headphones or proper monitor setup for the best sonic experience*
Good to be back, gang! This time with the final demo of the year, and I’ve been truly excited to share this one with you. This time I dive deep into the new Red Panda Raster 2, my most anticipated pedal of the year. It delivers everything I hoped for, but also so much more. What a wild stereo ride this is. So put on a good pair of headphones, or place yourself in front of a decent monitor setup, and let the shifting delay soundscapes of the Raster 2 envelope you.
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