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Old Blood Noise Endeavors

From Oklahoma, U.S.A.

inspirational sounding reverb, delay, drive and modulation pedals

Based in Oklahoma U.S.A., Old Blood Noise Endeavors is a ground-breaking company established by Brady Smith and Seth McCarroll in a humble garage in 2014.

After spending some time working for and helping to build up other established pedal companies, including Walrus Audio and Keeley Electronics to name but two, they saw a need to go their own way, in order to make the effects and sounds that they could see and hear so vividly in their heads.

Old Blood Noise Endeavors vision is based on a fearlessly artistic take on effects pedals, which has managed to give them a unique position in an otherwise super-crowded marketplace.

Each pedal showcases the artwork of a local artist, so they look as good on the outside as they sound too. With this stunning visual presentation accompanying the spectacular and innovative sounds on the inside, OBNE have in just 4 years managed to create an immense catalogue of inspiring effects pedals that can be used for everything from standard pop/rock licks and indie riffs, to full on experimental textures and ambient mixes.

From the gorgeous textural echoes of the Black Fountain V3 Delay and Mondegreen Delay, to the dreamy stretchy soundscapes of their latest Sunlight Dynamic Freeze Reverb, the eerie Procession Reverb, their flagship Dark Star Pad Reverb and the extra creative Minim Reverse Delay and Reverb, followed by a foundation of fuzz and dirt from the Haunt Fuzz, Alpha Haunt Fuzz, Fault V2 Overdrive/Distortion and Excess Distortion Chorus/Delay, rounded off by their unique modulation creations in the Flat Light Textural Flange ShifterDweller Phase Repeater, Whitecap Asynchronous Dual Tremolo and Reflector Chorus V3, right up to their pedal latest release the Visitor, there’s something there for everybody who wants to make their creative flame burn brighter than ever before!

Plus with a range of useful Utility products including a Buffer + EQ, AB/Y Switcher, Expression Slider, the MAW Microphone Processor, Headphone Amp, the Signal Blender, Split | Meld and the Expression Ramper Old Blood Noise is sure to find a spot on your pedalboard, no matter your style.

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Old Blood Noise Endeavors launch Sunlight – Dynamic Freeze Reverb

Building on what made OBNE’s top-selling Dark Star such a stellar early-chain pad reverb, the Sunlight Dynamic Freeze Reverb, centered around the idea of a dynamic hold twists reverberation into another dimension.  ...
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Dynamic Freeze Reverb

Dynamics. It’s the shifting ebb and flow of the tide. It’s the ups and downs of life. It’s witnessing night turn into day, as the sun attacks and sustains through the nightly veil, making the darkness release its gloomy grasp and decay. It’s where you’ll find the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Sunlight Dynamic Freeze Reverb. An envelope triggered multi-mode reverb with the ability to dynamically freeze and sustain your notes forever, seeing you create truly mesmerizing sunlit soundscapes.

  • Reverb Pedal with 3 modes of Modulation and dynamic Freeze function
  • Input knob for dynamic sensitivity and Decay knob for reverb feedback to create enveloping infinite reverb
  • Tape, Comb, and Pass modes to apply wobbling vibrato, stacked resonant delays, or random step filtering to the reverb
  • Rate and Depth controls specific to each mode
  • Expression control over Input, Decay, Rate, and Depth parameters
  • Alt footswitch to quickly snap to a particular knob setting
  • Soft-touch switching with true relay bypass
  • Powered by regular 9 V DC PSU
               (centre -, 2,1 mm, ~80 mA current draw)

Building on what made OBNE’s top-selling Dark Star such a stellar early-chain pad reverb, Sunlight twists it into the other dimension as a reverb pedal centered around the idea of a dynamic hold. When you play, your new notes are let through and old notes are allowed to fade away, but when you stop playing, old notes have the chance to repeat forever.

A dead simple to use interface of just two knobs controls the nature of this relationship. In addition, there are three sonic modes that highlight modulation, comb filtering and resonant bandpass filtering, each of which takes their own spin on the reverb signal. The Mix, Input and Decay controls work exactly the same across each mode, as they help control the dynamics.

Mix sets the loudness of the reverb, which goes from all dry to all wet and anywhere in between, allowing you to create everything from subtle reverberations to deep ambient textures. Now, the interplay between Input and Decay is where the real Sunlight magic starts to happen. Decay determines how long the reverb trails will sustain, which will go from quick ephemeral evaporations to infinite reverb pads. On the other hand, Input controls how much of your signal is allowed into and fed back within the reverb. At zero, no new input will be added to your reverb, but as you increase it, more signal is let through, letting you create gently evolving ambient textures or drastically changing synth-like pads.

Rate and Depth are mode-dependent controls. TAPE Mode is a modulated reverb inspired by the unexpected shifts of a tape machine wobbling. Here, Rate and Depth set the speed and intensity of the lopsided vibrato applied to the reverb signal. COMB Mode is a combination of reverb and delay. Four delay lines are placed after the reverb, and the emphasis on stacked short delays creates comb filters like a fixed flanger. Rate sets the time of all four delays, and Depth sets the feedback (or resonance) of the delay section. PASS Mode is a bandpass filter applied between two reverb paths, where a random sample-hold function sets the cutoff frequency of the bandpass. Rate sets the timing of the sample-hold and Depth sets the range of possible cutoff frequencies. If Rate is set to 0, Depth sets a fixed cutoff frequency.

But the sound shaping adventure doesn’t end here. Sunlight also contains a bunch of expressive capabilities performed through the on-board ALT switch, which can be set to change control settings either momentarily or latching. It can be assigned to the Rate, Depth, Decay or Input controls or any combination of the four. You can also control them externally via an external expression pedal, the OBNE Expression Slider or even the OBNE Expression Ramper, which will open up even more creative possibilities.

Alpha Haunt Fuzz – 2021 Model

Streamlined Fuzz with Copious Control

Two years after the pedal’s initial release, OBNE’s highly-regarded Alpha Haunt Fuzz is getting a makeover for 2021! Now in a more pedalboard-friendly package, the Alpha Haunt continues to offer users its uniquely versatile control set and explores the vast variety of sounds you can coax from its fuzz circuit. From open overdrives to squashed sputters, it’s all here and then some!


  • Highly tweakable fuzz pedal – endless worlds of fuzz at your disposal
  • Updated circuitry and features with a more compact footprint
  • Switchable fuzz range, bias and tone control voices for further options
  • 3-band active master EQ sliders – perfect your place in the mix with full control over lows, mids and highs
  • Clean blend via Enhance control – retains string clarity and low-end response
  • Switchable Low-Pass Filter
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU
            (centre -, 2.1mm, ~36mA current draw)

Alpha Haunt is a Fuzz. That seems simple enough on the surface. Alpha Haunt also has twelve controls. OK, perhaps not then. However, these controls are highly interactive and most of the fuzz buzzwords are here; huge and sustaining, gated and sputtering, mid scooped/boosted, bright, dark, warm, chimey, ultimate clarity, utter lack of clarity, heavy, zippery, chuddy, splitty, [INSERT ANY FUZZ TERM OF YOUR CHOOSING]… – anyway, you get the point.

With variable control over fuzz gain, compression and the overall tone to set your base fuzz sound, Alpha Haunt also comes with switchable fuzz distortion range, bias, low pass filter. These react interactively with the Tone control and a parallel Enhance circuit. Used on its own the Enhance circuit acts as a clean boost, but dialed in alongside the Fuzz Volume, it brings in body and clarity. An active three-band master EQ lets you shape the output signal tonally.

Freely craft your fuzz sounds using the Fuzz (Gain), Fuzz Volume and the massive three-band master EQ slider controls, then adjust the output to your needs with the independent Master volume control.

With the Alpha Haunt, the whole pack of Fuzz tones is at your disposal. You are the alpha now!

Black Fountain V3

Oil Can Delay with Tap Tempo


With the Black Fountain V3, Old Blood Noise Endeavors take their iconic oil-can delay emulation and greatly expand on it. Heavily increased delay time (around 1 sec), Tap Tempo, subdivisions, programmable expression control and momentary infinite feedback, are all new features that will make the pedal’s warm and drippy vintage tones perfectly echo the wants and needs of modern-day musicians.


  • Oil-Can Delay Pedal with 3 Delay modes – Modern, Organ and Vintage
  • Greatly expanded delay time – from 30ms up to almost 1sec
  • Tap Tempo and Subdivisions – for precise control over delay time or modulation rate
  • Momentary Feedback feature – press and hold tap tempo to max out feedback
  • Expression Control – program and control Time, Feedback or both with your foot
  • Internal Level Trimpot -boost or attenuate the output of the pedal
  • Hand-made in Oklahoma, USA
  • Powered by a regular 9 V DC PSU
                  (center -, 2,1 mm, ~90 mA current draw)

The Black Fountain was the pedal that started it all for Old Blood Noise Endeavors. Just like the company has rapidly evolved over the years, it’s time for their firstborn to take a step up the evolutionary pedal ladder.

In the V3, first the delay time has been greatly expanded, which now almost reaches a full second in Modern and Vintage modes. These modes emulate the echoes of units like the Fender Echo-Reverb, Tel Ray Model 10 and Morley EDL, but the Black Fountain lets you go far beyond the echo potential of those classic units.

With your standard delay controls like Time, Feedback and Mix and the unique Fluid control, which introduces wobbly modulation into the echoes, you can sculpt anything from vintage slapbacks, long sonar-like ambient trails, warbly fluctuating textures and short reverb-like sounds.

You can even conjure gritty lo-fi tape modulation and saturation when using Vintage mode, since it’s slightly dirtier and grainer than Modern mode.
On the other hand, Organ mode was designed to emulate short-delay oil-can units like the Tel-Ray Deluxe Organ Tone and Fender Dimension IV, hence it sports a fixed delay time of 211 ms and gives you greater control to sculpt the modulation. In this mode, Fluid controls the modulation rate, Time sets the modulation depth and Feedback controls the length of the trail.
With the addition of Tap Tempo and three different subdivision modes to the pedal, it’s become super easy to keep those Modern and Vintage echoes rolling tightly in time with the music. While in Organ Mode, Tap Tempo allows you to instantly set the speed of the modulation on the fly. But the fun doesn’t stop there!
Simply press and hold the Tap Tempo switch and hear your echoes stretch out into a warm sonic blanket of awesomeness, as the delay feedback momentarily gets maxed out.  Great for ambient pads, reverb-like swells, sound-on-sound textures and delay drones.

Finally, the expression input has become super clever, as you can now program the heel and toe positions of your sweep. This lets you minutely change the position of either the Time, Feedback knob or both at the same time, effectively letting you jump between two perfectly preset delay tones, just by rocking your foot.

Fault V2


The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Fault is a stellar overdrive/distortion combo with a foot-switchable second gain stage and three band EQ. Now with the Fault V2, OBNE has taken all the goodness from the original pedal and carved out room for even greater gain ranges, voice control and additional clipping options.
  • Dual gain overdrive pedal – goes from clean boost to all-out distortion
  • 3-band EQ with sliders – delivers precise control over low, mid and high frequencies
  • Gain 2 channel – lets you go from light overdrive to heavy distortion on the fly
  • Boost switch – sets range of Gain 1 knob from clean to mean
  • Crush switch – add an additional post-EQ clipping stage
  • Relay bypass switching
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by regular 9V PSU (centre -, 2.1 mm, ~31 mA current draw)

The Fault V2 Overdrive/Distortion is the drive you didn’t even know you needed. It can push your amp over the edge, provide a sensitive drive for a clean signal or act as an all-out distortion for your chugging rhythms, singing leads or noise experiments.

A Bypass switch turns it on and off. Volume makes it louder. Gain 1 sets the intensity of the first gain stage and Fault can go from light and sparkly, to tight and crunchy. Pretty sweet and simple, huh? Now on to the powerful tone sculpting 3-band EQ at the heart of it all. The Low, Mid and High controls each cut or boost their respective frequencies – scoop it, hump it, flatten it – whatever your heart desires. Low is a 100 Hz shelf filter, Mid is 500 Hz bell and High is 3 kHz shelf. Jangly rhythms, fat leads or chords with just the right amount of mid-push to see you push through the mix – it’s all in there!

Gain 2 is activated by the Gain 2 footswitch. If it’s off or if the knob is all the way down, it does nothing. But turn the switch on and the knob up and you’ll find increasingly heavy distortion in a pedal you thought was only an overdrive. Gain 2 is highly interactive with where you’ve set Gain 1, letting you conjure a myriad of delightfully driven and distorted sounds. Add in the new controls – Voice (sets the overall tone of your drive heading into the 3 band EQ) and Boost (sets the range of Gain 1) and you get even more drive versatility. While the Crush control gives one final clipping stage right before the output.

All of these options interact to form many different drive tones, from signal sweetening to aggressive distortion. Different levels of each will create different sounds, which when tweaked with the EQ can be further shaped. So just plug in, don’t be afraid to tweak and just rock out!


Parallel Multi-Modulator

Inspired by the unique complexities of running modulations in parallel, Old Blood Noise Endeavors proudly presents the Visitor Parallel Multi-Modulator. Constantly pulling, pushing, stretching and weaving in and out of each other, the sounds of the Visitor are in constant flux, seamlessly moving from familiar modulated airwaves to clouds of irregular haunting motions. With three different primary modulation options (tremolo, chorus, and phaser) and two parallel secondary modulation options (tremolo and chorus), Visitor immediately inspires new modulated sounds and textures in a small and intuitive pedal format.


  • Dual Parallel Modulation Pedal – Contains worlds of interweaving modulation
  • Primary modulation – switchable between tremolo, chorus, and phaser
  • Secondary modulation – switchable between tremolo and chorus
  • Secondary knob – simultaneously controls depth, rate, and delay offset of secondary modulation
  • Expression In – hands-free control over Secondary knob • Relay bypass switching
  • Powered by regular 9 V DC PSU (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~46mA current draw)

Visitor is meant to be a modulation pedal not easily understood with existing modulation vocabulary, but that doesn’t mean it’s difficult to use.

With a toggle to switch between its 3 different types of primary modulation and well-known controls for Depth, Rate, Regen and Mix, the Visitor’s foundational modulation sound is easily tuned and controlled, seeing you set up classic or surreal resonant Chorus, Tremolo or Phaser sounds in no time. However, the elusive undulating parallel nature of the Visitor is introduced via its “Secondary” controls.

The Secondary toggle switches between either Chorus or Tremolo as the parallel modulation, whereas the Secondary knob controls a host of parameters at once. Set all the way down, you only hear the primary voice, but as you turn the knob up, several things begin to shift!

The Volume control quickly ramps up to unity volume, while the Rate increases steadily as you bring the knob up. The Secondary rate is also pushed and pulled by the primary LFO. This means the rate will be fastest when the primary modulation is at its peaks, and slowest as the LFO nears zero. The Depth will increase steadily and then plateau in order to not get out of control, while the Time of the delay offset of the secondary modulation will increase significantly toward the end of the sweep, where you will hear the most obvious delay effect. The Secondary knob can also be controlled via expression, for on the fly tone changes that will make your mind melt.

But all of these technical words simply can’t describe the organic rising and falling textures the Visitor creates. They simply need to be heard and experienced in real life. From dual tremolo chops to warbly random vibratos, huge doubler tones, modulated reverberating slapbacks and rhythmic pulsating filter sweeps, get ready to welcome them all into your sonic life as you walk alongside the Visitor.

Minim – Reverse Delay and Reverb

Immediate Ambient Machine

Time. Although always moving inevitably forward, it can often feel like it’s standing still in an undulating haze. Sometimes it even feels like it’s moving backwards, making us revisit and learn from our past. These meditative moments in time is where you’ll find the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Minim and its infinitely modulating soundscapes. So, whether you want standard delay/reverb, reverse reverberations, or pulsating circular sonic movements, Minim is here to let you shape and bend time as you please.


  • Creative Modulated Reverb and Delay Pedal (up to 400 mS)
  • Reverse section – activated with a clever footswitch for momentary or latching operation
  • Order switching – puts reverse first in the chain for ambient wash or last in the chain for glitchy textures
  • Expression jack – for external control of the Reverse mix
  • Internal trimpot to control output level
  • Relay bypass switching 
  • Powered by regular 9 V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~159mA current draw) 

Inspired by the foundational features of OBNE’s last ambient smash-hit, the Rêver, Minim is set to instantly transport you even further to new atmospheric worlds, through its organic control set. Think of Minim as having two blocks. One block takes whatever signal is given to the pedal and reverses it at the press of a footswitch, while the other block gives you modulated reverb, fed into a modulated delay. Plus, there’s even a switch that decides which block comes first. Each control is simple, but put them all together and you’re likely to lose all sense of time.

The reverb side of things lets you create everything from simple room reflections to deep and endlessly trailing ambient washes, via Minim’s Mix and Decay controls, while the Mod knob lets you blend in a gently swaying harmonic tremolo to put some waves into your ocean of sound.

On the delay side, you’ll find the Time and Feedback controls to be pivotal tone shapers. Time both controls the length of the delay (up to 400ms) as well as the modulation amount, giving you sweet shimmering chorus tones at low settings and warbly tape-like vibratos at long settings. Feedback will go from a single repeat to endlessly cascading echoes for beds of blissful ambience.

All of this wonderful ambience that’s created by the reverb and delay side can then be further manipulated by the momentarily triggered reverse section, seeing you instantly reverse everything on the fly, in order to make lines, phrases or entire chord progressions stand out in all its glorious shoegazy goodness. The mix of the reverse can either be fixed via the Reverse dial or instantly shaped and changed hands-free via an expression pedal.

On top of that, you can flip the order of the reverse block. This gives you the choice between smooth reverse effects or choppy glitchy textures, as well as change the reverse speed from normal to double time for unique stutter octave tones.

As you can probably gather by now, Minim isn’t just one thing. It’s an amalgamation of spatial effects, set to work together with you and your musical mind in order to create organically evolving sonic atmospheres. So free your mind and let the Minim unleash your new-found ambient potential.


Asynchronous Dual Tremolo

You’ve probably heard the old proverb: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”. Well, what if you could do both? Combining a three-control analog tremolo and a multi-shape digital tap tremolo, the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Whitecap lets you find new tremolo textures by combining the two sounds in series or parallel. Quick chops, slow ramps, asynchronous modulations, smooth sines, phase flipped undulations, textural rhythmic drifts – it’s all there in the Whitecap.


  • Analog and Digital Tremolos in one pedal – for a world of interweaving textures
  • Analog Tremolo – goes from slow to almost ring-mod fast
  • Digital Tremolo – sports 5 wave-shapes and Tap Tempo control
  • Ramp Mode – shift the speed up or down by holding the tap footswitch
  • Series/Parallel Toggle – for interacting of independent tremolo tones
  • Expression Port – for external tap control
  • Subdivision Toggle – set the tap tempo to deliver either Quarter notes, Eighth notes or Triplets
  • Relay Bypass switching 
  • Powered by regular 9 V DC PSU (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~106mA current draw)

The Whitecap will take you far down the sonic rabbit hole and it’ll do it fast! On the right-hand-side of the pedal you get a classic analog tremolo, which goes from slow sways to flickeringly fast tremolo chops, while the left-hand features a digital tap-tempo controlled tremolo, serving up supremely slow waves and shooting synthy pulses via its 5 selectable wave shapes (Sine, Triangle, Square, Saw and Reverse Saw).

Use the two tremolos independently for classic tremolo tones or begin to combine them, in either series or parallel, for unique choppy chain reactions that will far transcend the tremolo worlds you’re used to. Sync up the digital tremolo to the beat of your song with Whitecap’s tap tempo feature, throw in the analog side and get either a complimentary counter-rhythm or a touch of un-synced trippy madness. Now hold down tap tempo and hear your digital tremolo suddenly glide into a totally different rhythm, seeing you create new evolving textures on the fly.

Whether you want to retain a firm grasp of realities or want your pulsating perceptions turned upside down, the Whitecap is sure to deliver the goods.


Microphone Effects Manipulator

Originally conceived as a simple effects pedal for vocalists, the MAW is a fully functional pedal for any application that involves a dynamic microphone. Featuring a high-quality microphone preamp fed into three foot-switchable effect engines and an effects loop for integrating you own favourite external effects, MAW is both perfect as a versatile tool for studio tinkerers or it can be an all-in-one for creative vocalists looking to control their live sound.

MAW can saturate, reverberate, delay, flange and rotate your signal with the three on-board effects sections, plus you can integrate additional effects pedals with the send/return loop for a world of other creative uses. This is also perfect to patch in other pedals and effects that you may already have, which traditionally wouldn’t be able to be hooked up to a microphone directly.

Both a microphone audio workstation and a poetic tool, MAW likes an XLR signal but will take a 1/4” jack input too. Multiple outputs and expression control finish out this versatile toolkit.

Let its voice become yours.

  • Vocal Effects Pedal
  • XLR Microphone preamp for dynamic microphones
  • Microphone gain control with pad switch for hot signals
  • Tone knob – low pass filter for darker or brighter tone
  • Switchable saturation section, with blend and tone knobs to sculpt your tone
  • Two foot-switchable multi-effects engines:
    • First – two reverbs, short delay, phaser, lower and upper octaves
    • Second – two additional reverbs, long delay, flanger and rotary Momentary or Latching Switching – for seamless effects changes on the fly
  • FX Loop – add your own effects pedals into its signal chain
  • Effects trails – allows natural Reverb and Delay decay
  • External Expression Control – for each effects section
  • 1/4”/6.5mm instrument cable input
  • Dual outputs:
    • Wet – switchable between 1/4”/6.5mm or XLR
    • Post-saturation Dry – XLR
  • Powered by regular 9 V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~210mA current draw) 


Star Pad Reverb

When there’s truly nothing making noise, what do you hear?  Is it nothing?  Or is it the softness, the growing of a voice that resides below the normal hum and frequency of the universe?  The voice of the Dark Star and our Dark Star pedal is what we would use to create long reverberated pads. The noises underneath the lead and the mood setter – that’s the Dark Star. The way a song feels – that’s because of the Dark Star.


  • Ambient Pad Reverb Pedal – perfect for endless ambient soundscapes
  • 3 different texture modes – pitch, Delay and Crush
  • Momentary Hold switch – for infinitely sustaining reverb pads
  • Expression in – control either CTRL1 or Reverb Decay via an external expression pedal
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~60mA current draw)

The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dark Star is at its heart a reverb, but then that reverb is mashed through additional ambient effects, creating a new effect altogether. This is a long-form reverb intended to influence mood. To suggest a feeling, manipulate sentiment and to create something underneath what you’re creating – essentially to nuance your vibe.

The Reverb signal passes through three possible modes:  Pitch, Delay and Crush. CTRL 1 and CTRL 2 correspond with the selected mode.  In Pitch, you’ve got two independent pitch controls for + and – an octave.  In Delay, you’ve got the Delay Time and Delay Feedback.  In Crush, you’ve got a pitch control for +/- an octave and then a control for Bit Crush.  The Mix and Reverb knobs control the mix of dry/wet signal and the decay of the reverb, respectively.

The Dark Star has two footswitches.  The Bypass switch is your standard on/off True Bypass switch.  The Hold switch is a momentary footswitch that when pressed, will lock in whatever note is being played through the reverb effect.  This will sustain as long as the Hold switch is pressed.  If the Mix control is set less than 100% wet, you can continue to play over the sustaining reverb signal. You can also use the Hold switch as momentary expression for either CTRL1 or Reverb (selectable via internal DIP Switches).

Likewise, the expression input lets you take control over either CTRL1 or Reverb knobs (selectable via internal DIP switches) on the fly via an external expression pedal. Letting you go from for instance cascading high-pitched shimmer reverbs to deep rumbling sub-octave pads in seconds flat. There’s a lot to explore here and a lot of fun to be had.

The output level can be tweaked via an internal trim-pot for boost, slight drop, or unity gain.


Phase Repeater

What if a phaser could remember itself? Dweller remembers and it remembers far too much. From familiar phase and vibe sounds to resonant random step filtering, warm delays, and previously unheard in-betweens, the Dweller is capable of countless sonic textures with five controls and six modes.


  • Phase Repeater pedal – a unique blend of phaser and delay
  • Stretch control – introduces delay in between the phase stages for a world of inimitable ambient textures
  • Voice and Shape toggles – from vintage to modern phasing and all the way to random step filter sounds
  • Expression in – control either Time or Morph via an external expression pedal
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~46mA current draw) 

Dweller is a phase repeater. This means it’s a phaser and a delay, but also a lot of stuff in between. However, this is not a simple combination of the two effects, with one running into the other. No, this is a monstrous hybrid that sees the delay lines actually run in between each phasing stage, allowing you to stretch out the spacing between each stage. It’s something that’s never been done before and it’s capable of creating immense beauty.

Dweller’s magic control is the Stretch knob, which sets the delay time between each phasing stage. At minimum you get no delay, which makes the pedal act as a normal phaser, with Depth and Regen determining the intensity of the phasing. But as you increase the Stretch, you will unlock a world of endless ambient textures residing somewhere between smeary multi-tap delays, pulsating tremolo landscapes and glitched-out sweeping atmospheres. You really have to hear it to fully understand its sonic beauty.

On top of that you have a voice switch, which toggles between 4-stage and 8-stage phasing and a shape switch, which selects between sine, triangle and random step wave. These switches greatly affect the sound and feel of Dweller, and lets you create everything from classic phasing, random step filter sequences, thick vibey sounds and organic vibratos.

Finally, there’s an expression input which lets you take control over the Stretch knob on the fly via an external expression pedal. Letting you go from classic phasing to long and smeary ambient textures, simply with your foot.

The output level can be tweaked via an internal trim-pot for boost, slight drop, or unity gain.


Distortion Chorus/Delay

We live in a time of excess and it doesn’t look like it will relent anytime soon. So, we wonder what are you looking for? What is it that you don’t already have? Something… a little extra or excessive perhaps? Well, the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Excess is everything you need for your next ripping session in 1985 and beyond. The goods – high gain distortion, lush chorus and slap-back delay in a selectable series or parallel signal path.

  • Distortion and Chorus/Delay in one pedal – made for huge walls of sound
  • Switchable Chorus and Delay – go from thick rhythms to soaring leads in an instant
  • Expression in – control pedal parameters via an external expression pedal
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~60mA current draw)

The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Excess is a multitude of specific sounds, both old and new and all in one box. The chain of effects can be switched between Series, for Distortion into Modulation or Parallel, for Distortion and Modulation running side by side – a unique combination of clean and dirty.

The Excess has separate volume controls for both the Distortion and the Modulation effects. The modulation mode is changed via the secondary stomp-switch, this changes between chorus and delay, while the signal path can be changed by the SERIES / PARALLEL toggle switch.

With these simple controls at hand, you’re able to conjure everything from thunderous walls of distortion, thick modulated lead sounds, reverberating shoegaze tones and even unique pitch and flanger sounds. This pedal truly is excessive in all the best ways possible.

The expression input lets you take control over either the Rate/Time or Depth/Feedback knobs (selectable via the external toggle switch on the back) on the fly via an external expression pedal. Letting you go from spatial rhythm distortion to drippy modulated lead sounds and all the way to highly expressive flanger sounds simply by rocking your foot.

Now you are that something extra. The sonic ‘je ne sais quoi’. The excessive over-the-top sounds of yesteryear and tomorrow. All thanks to the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Excess!

Flat Light

Textural Flange Shifter

The Flat Light is a flanger aiming to be something else. It explores choral pitch shifted flanging, from octave down to a shimmering octave up and all the odd nooks and double-tones in between. Cascading lines form a lush modulation that becomes metallic and resonant as you push it. Reverb-like delays turn a stereotypical jet plane flange into more of an exploratory space mission. Push the controls and sense the terrain, yet trust your intuition—maybe not with your life, but with your sound.

  • Textural flanger pedal – made for unique modulated textures
  • 3 different flanger types – detune, Resonate and Echo
  • Momentary Tilt switch – for expressive and ramping modulation sounds
  • Expression in – control either Rate or Shift via an external expression pedal
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~60mA current draw)

Building effects around a foundation of flanging, the Flat Light is a swirling spatial sonic experience you never want to leave once you turn it on. From simple pitch shifting flanging and highly resonant metallic sounds, to reverb-like delays and recognizable swooshes, the Flat Light will induce motion to your sound, no matter where it sits in your signal path.

The Flat Light sports three different modes of flanging:

  • Detune is a pitch shifted flanger where Shift ranges from an octave down (all the way to the left) to shimmering octaves up (all the way to the right), with a range of slightly detuned sounds in the middle.
  • Resonate is a cascading set of flanger lines creates a highly resonant flanger where Shift controls the amount of feedback. At low settings, lush chorus-like sounds are available. At high settings, metallic ringing frequencies spike with your signal.
  • Echo is a flanger with multiple delays added. Shift sets the time of the delay, with the longest times all the way to the right; all the way to the left eliminates the delay entirely. In this mode, flanger depth is fixed and Depth controls resonance.

The Flat Light has two footswitches.  Bypass is your standard on/off True Bypass switch, while the Tilt switch is momentary and when pressed will max out the control associated with the internal expression mode (Shift by default, but it can be changed to Rate).

The expression input gives you control over either Modulation Rate or the Shift control (selectable via internal DIP switches) via an external expression pedal. This allows you to go from subtle chorus tones, to wide flange sweeps simply via your foot.

The output level can be tweaked via an internal trim-pot for boost, slight drop, or unity gain.



The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Haunt is a gated fuzz that is capable of a wide array of fuzz sounds. From restrained and nuanced light fuzziness, to granular and biting saw sounds, many textures and character traits can be summoned up with this beastly fuzz pedal.

  • Gated fuzz pedal – made for walls of ripping fuzz and unique spluttery textures
  • 2 different fuzz modes – open or Compressed
  • Clean blend via Mix control – retains string clarity and low-end response
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~20mA current draw) 


The Haunt’s primary objective is to fight off your enemies with its gnarly grinding bite – or put your audience into sludgy, doomy ecstasy. Totally your choice, my riff-wielding friend.

The Volume, Gate, Fuzz, Mix and Tone knobs give you access to a wealth of different dirt tones. From open, present and punishing sound to hyper-compressed and spluttery synth-like fuzz tones of doom and gloom. It’s all there and then some!

The Haunt also has two toggle switches – Mode and Low. Mode switches between two combinations of silicon transistors. One is a lower volume, more compressed and harmonic fuzz (toggle to the left) and the other a louder, more open mid-range fuzz (toggle to the right). The Tone, Fuzz and Gate controls all respond in a unique way within each mode. So, mess around with it until you find exactly the fuzz you’re after.

Low switches between a normal signal (toggle to the left) and a bass boosted signal (toggle to the right) and fattens the sound up a bit. Pair that bass boost with the clean-blend option of the Mix knob and you have a fuzz pedal that also plays extremely well with bass.


Modulated Delay

The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Mondegreen is a digital delay, totally hellbent on giving you something different than what you feed into it. It’s delay, into modulation and we make no bones about it – it’s weird! Perhaps it’ll be strange enough in your own hands or perhaps we’re just underestimating your adventurous nature? You sly old dog/precocious young pup you. Get out of here and go find your weird!

  • Modulated delay pedal – made for crisp otherworldly textures
  • 3 different delay modes – stutter, Whirl and Sheer
  • Expression in – control either Time or Morph via an external expression pedal
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~60mA current draw)


The Mondegreen sports controls for delay time, delay feedback and delay mix. All of this will probably sound very familiar to you, so let’s jump into the unfamiliar head first instead and get this Mondegreen party started!
A three-way toggle switch selects between three modes of modulated delay and the Morph controls determines the depth of said modulation.
  • Stutter is a delay with a percussive tremolo on the trails. Morph controls the tremolo depth, from subtle to choppy. Time controls both the delay time and the tremolo rate. At its lowest setting, the delay time will be short and the tremolo rate will be slow, while at its highest setting, the delay time will be long and the tremolo rate will be fast.
  • Whirl is a modulated delay that adds chorus on the wet signal. Morph controls the chorus depth, from 0-100%. The chorus rate is fixed.
  • Sheer is a delay with increasing octaves on the repeats. The first repeat is a clean repeat of the dry signal, the second is dry and +1 octave, while the third is dry, +1 and +2 octaves etc. The Morph knob adds a subtle modulation to the repeats as it increases.
The expression input lets you take control over either the Time or Morph knobs (selectable via internal DIP switches) on the fly via an external expression pedal. Letting you go from short slap-backs to long trippy repeats simply with your foot.
The output level can be tweaked via an internal trim-pot for boost, slight drop, or unity gain.



Modulated Sci-Fi Reverb

Out of the hazy, sand blown distance, something comes forth.  Moving slowly, yet moving softly, it is seen and just as quickly is lost. It’s a procession, a cavalcade that’s making its way through the deserts of a distant planet or the sounds of another world. A strange mix of haunting reverb and three modulation settings, the Procession aims at inspiring something new, something fringe and something risky and is what we would use to create a science fiction soundtrack.


  • Modulated sci-fi reverb pedal – perfect for dreamy textural soundscapes
  • 3 different modulation types – Tremolo, Filter and Flanger
  • Momentary Hold switch – for infinitely sustaining reverb pads
  • Expression in – control either Rate or Reverb Decay via an external expression pedal
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~60mA current draw) 

The Procession’s simple controls run the gamut of reverb soundscapes, ranging from simple reverb to complex Sci-Fi filtery echo weirdness.  The Mix and Reverb knobs control the mix of dry/wet signal and the decay of the reverb, respectively, whereas the Speed and Depth knobs correspond with the selected modulation mode – Flange, Filter or Tremolo.

The Procession has two footswitches.  Bypass is your standard on/off True Bypass switch, while the Hold switch is momentary and when pressed will lock in whatever note is being played through the reverb effect, sustaining for as long as the Hold switch is held down.  If the Mix control is set less than 100% wet, you can continue to play over the sustaining reverb signal.

The expression input gives you control over either Modulation Rate or the Reverb Decay (selectable via internal DIP switches), via an external expression pedal. This allows you to go from small spaces to huge cavernous depths or from slow modulated sweeps to rapid sci-fi pulses simply via your foot.

The output level can be tweaked via an internal trim-pot for boost, slight drop, or unity gain.

Reflector Chorus V3

Three years ago, Old Blood Noise Endeavors introduced the Reflector Chorus into the world. It combined pitch shifting, flanging and multi-voice chorus into one versatile box. Now we’ve refined those sounds and introduced a new reverb chorus mode for further adventures in chorusing.

Reflector V3 is a dense, lush chorus sliced and shifted at the flip of a toggle. This is a chorus with a bent, an ephemeral voice drifting between infinite aural dimensions. A filter, a pitch-shifter or a blissful reverb. It is for you to decide whether you are summoning these sounds because you want to or if the voices themselves are calling out through spacetime to be brought here, now.

  • Super-modulated chorus pedal – from classic chorus to wildly modulated textures
  • 3 different modulation modes – pitch-Shifting, Reverb and Resonant Filter
  • Expression in – control either Rate or Modulate via an external expression pedal
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~60mA current draw)

Chorus is back baby! But something’s different… it’s grown, it’s matured, it’s weirder and now is so much more fun! The Reflector gives you access to the classic lush chorus tones of yesteryear, but then lets you run that old-school goodness into either a pitch-shifter, a reverb or a resonant filter for new jaw-droppingly delicious modulation that is definitely made for this decade.

From deep washed out swirling ambience, to wrinkly pulsating pitch shimmers and all the way to sweeping free-falling filter sounds, it’s all in there somehow and then some. This alongside more familiar modulation tones like gentle chorusing, warbly vibratos and subtle flanging.

Finally, there’s the expression input which lets you take control via an external expression pedal over either the Rate or Modulate knob on the fly (Selectable via internal DIP switch). Letting you go from classic chorusing to undulating trippy textures simply with your foot.

The output level can be tweaked via an internal trim-pot for boost, slight drop, or unity gain.

Split | Meld

Passive Stereo-Routing Utility Device

A discovery born out of necessity, the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Split | Meld is a practical non-destructive way to manage parallel dual-mono and stereo signal paths and adds to the OBNE line of pedalboard friendly utility devices.

As a routing solution that splits two sets of stereo TRS to dual mono TS signal paths (and vice versa), this little passive box of tricks is an ideal route for parallel signal paths in a myriad of creative ways.

Especially useful for stereo pedalboards and setups with devices that have TRS stereo inputs & dual-mono outputs, Split | Meld can also be used to make use of a pedal’s TRS effects loop, without the need to fiddle with TRS splitter cables that often can be poor quality and get in the way.

No power supply is needed here – simply connect and go.

  • Simple stereo TRS to dual-mono TS splitter / combiner for pedal boards
  • Practical routing solution for use with stereo pedalboards and setups
  • 2 x TRS to dual TS jacks
  • Passive electronics – no power needed
  • Useful for many situations
    • Splits stereo TRS signals to two mono TS signals
    • Combines two mono TS signals to one TRS stereo signal
    • Replaces TRS splitter cables when using TRS FX loops of effects pedals


Signal Blender

Creative Mix Engine

Adding multiple pedals to your pedalboard can often lead to imaginative thoughts such as “which pedal should go into which?” or “what if my clean sound could be mixed with my drive after my reverb, yet before my tremolo?”.

Well the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Signal Blender is here to help with your signal flow and find new sounds, letting you be more original with your own tone. Signal Blender can be used in a variety of creative ways, including as a parallel effect blender, an active ABY in both directions, 3-to-1 mixer, 1-to-3 splitter, volume level setter and so much more.

Through its pair of send/returns connections, the pedal offers an array of parallel routing options, primarily an input and output, volume control and switching. This versatile stompbox, as part of OBNE’s utility line, also offers phase correction switches for both sends, plus clever switching allows for latching or momentary on/off action with trails. In addition, a 9v power thru connection is ideal for not taking up any more precious outlets on your PSU, perfect for that extra pedal you absolutely need to fit onto your board.

Signal Blender can be used as a:

  • Parallel effect blender
  • 3-to-1 mixer
  • 1-to-3 splitter
  • Active ABY in either direction
  • Volume level setter…and more!
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~31mA current draw) 

Expression Ramper

Parameter Mover

Simplicity is the heart of innovation. This is exactly what the Expression Ramper from Old Blood Noise Endeavors offers – a super simple, yet highly innovative way to automate expression control, letting you conjure sounds you never thought possible from any pedal with an expression input. It’s time to release your Inner-Ramper!

Alright, my young Ramping Padawan, here’s how it works! The Expression Ramper allows you to pick two expression settings and move between them, either in one motion or as a continuous LFO activated by a single footswitch. Just hook up the Expression Ramper to your expression-enabled effects pedal, simply pick your first expression setting in the A position, then your second in the B position and you’re good to go.

Expression Slider

Express Yourself!

The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Expression Slider is a portable fader for use with any pedal or device that has a regular expression input.

No power is needed, simply use a TRS cable to plug the Expression Slider into the Expression input and use the slider as you would a knob or expression pedal. This really can give additional creative control to all sorts of pedals and other devices that have expression control, plus may also add functionality to some products that may have other options not directly accessible from the front panel or are hidden in menus etc.

Suggested uses: strap it to your mic stand to adjust your favourite setting without bending down, keep it at your studio console to control a parameter while tracking, use the indicators to mark your favourite settings or simply replace a knob control with a slider because let’s face it, sliders are cool!

Unsuggested uses: Unintended excess weight from use with foot while standing may cause damage to the device. In other words, read this as: Don’t use your foot.

Utility 1: Headphone Amp

It’s handy. Not complicated. There were many others out there to choose from, yet we still didn’t have one.

Designed with our friend Brian Hamilton from smallsound/bigsound, who clued us in for our own OBNE demo boards, we thought it a reasonable idea to offer every bedroom player a high-quality way to not annoy those around them.

A headphone amp that just sounds great. That’s all it does.

Simply plug in the output of your pedalboard to the headphone amp, plug in headphones and blast your volume with the large volume knob. Play whatever you like and be the only one to hear what you’re playing. Unless someone else plugs into the secondary headphone out, then you can both listen and not bother another living soul.

Sometimes it is just better to keep it to yourself.

  • HQ Headphone Amp
  • Drives 2 sets of headphones
  • Tough metal housing
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~30mA current draw) 

NB ***Not to be used as a normal amplifier pushing cabinets. Outputs are only intended for Headphone use.***

Utility 2: AB/Y Switcher

Some pedals don’t have to be interesting, they just have to work and have to do what they do. Even if it is just routing signal a certain way, like our Utility 2: AB/Y Switcher.

It’s simple: sometimes you need two outputs, sometimes you need two inputs. And then you need to switch between them or use them both at the same time. That’s it.

It’s not magic, it’s not revolutionary, but a simple tool that you can get from Old Blood Noise Endeavors. All it does is change signal going from one output to another possible output. There’s no secret. No mystery. It’s handy if you switch instruments in the middle of a set.

One second your guitar is patched in to your board, the next, with a stomp of the switch, your keyboard is patched in. You see? It’s easy. Or maybe you need both your guitar and keys at the same time? We’re telling you so that there is NO mystery, with the AB/Y you can do that and all in a tough little box that is pedalboard/touring ready.

  • Passive operation
  • Foot-switchable A&B or A/B
  • Status LEDs
  • Tough metal housing
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU – (only required for Status LEDs) (9V DC, centre -, 2.1mm, ~30mA current draw)

Utility 3: Buffer + EQ

Utility 3 is an always on Buffer and switchable 3 Band EQ that helps to tailor and sculpt the fundamental basis for your tone. You’ve probably heard of a buffer pedal and most likely, you stopped paying attention to the description of said buffer upon the realisation that it won’t really change your sound that much.

Buffers though are extremely helpful to minimise signal loss for long cable setups or for when using an overabundance of pedals. Adding the Utility 3 to your rig is no exception and will improve your tone if you use many instrument cables or have an otherworldly complex pedalboard, making sure your amp is getting hit with the right amount of signal.

That’s basically what you’ve got here – a buffer.

But wait – there’s more!

You’ve also got a foot-switchable Three-Band-Equalizer – two utilities in one package.

This EQ is extra helpful and can be used as an always-on-EQ or you can switch it in and out as you need. Adjust your Highs, your Mids and your Lows, tailoring frequencies to specific parts and sounds.

  • Always on HQ Buffer
  • Foot-Switchable 3 band EQ
    • Low : 100 Hz Shelf
    • Mid : 500 Hz Bell
    • High: 2 KHz ShelfTough metal housing
  • Made in the USA
  • Powered by 9V DC PSU (centre -, 2.1mm, ~30mA current draw) 

Old Blood Noise Endeavors

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