Adventure Audio Whateverb v2

Day drift and get lost in walls of reverb with Adventure Audio’s Whateverb v2!


Blend and Decay are pretty standard knobs for reverb pedals, but whats not so standard is the Warp knob. This actually changes the sample rate of the ADAC Chip in the pedal.

SO, WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN V1 AND V2?

  • EXPRESSION INPUT FOR THE WARP KNOB

  • WIDER WARP RANGE

  • 100% REVERB

  • TRUE BYPASS

  • SOFTSWITCH BYPASS

  • MORE DURABLE INPUT & OUTPUT JACKS

WHAT THE HECK IS SAMPLE RATE? AND WHAT IN THE HECK IS AN ADAC?

The sample rate is how quickly the audio samples are taken in and processed. There are some wacky things that happen when you change the sample rate. i.e. the pitch and the decay of the programs. 

I'm kind of abbreviating here but ADAC stands for Analog to Digital to Analog Converter. Essentially the workhorse chip behind all the digital conversion of your instrument signal.

  • 9VDC CENTER NEGATIVE 2.1MM JACK

  • 250MA REQUIRED 

  • NO BATTERY CLIP

  • 125B ENCLOSURE SIZE

  • Warp - warps the pitch and the length of the reverb. What it is really doing is changing the clock speed of the ADAC. Which means all of the knob controls are dependent on where this warp knob is set.

  • Blend - 100% Blend of reverb and your dry input signal.

  • Decay - Length of the reverb tail.

  • Toggle Switch - Select between reverb settings

  • Deep - Depth of Flange/Chorus in This setting

  • Rate - Speed of Flange/Chorus is This setting

  • High Tide - Highpass filter roll-off frequency in That setting

  • Low Tide - Lowpass filter roll-off frequency in That setting

  • Shimmer - dissonance of shimmer octaves

  • Volume - the volume of shimmer effect

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