MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)



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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby Ghost Hip » Mon Jul 22, 2019 3:40 pm

Jwar wrote:I'm still not sold here. Convince me. Come on, do it.


:idea:

You wouldn't like it. ;)
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby Jwar » Mon Jul 22, 2019 4:13 pm

Ghost Hip wrote:
Jwar wrote:I'm still not sold here. Convince me. Come on, do it.


:idea:

You wouldn't like it. ;)


You low down dog you! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Damn it. Now you've challenged me. FUCK! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby gila_crisis » Tue Jul 23, 2019 4:14 am

Hi folks!
I'm almst ready to pull the trigger for the Mood.
How would you compare it to the Revolver?
I have a Rev.DX and I was thinking to replace it with the Mood.
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby UglyCasanova » Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:00 am

While they're both micro samplers/looper, how they process the sound seem very different, both in terms of sounds and functionality.
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby gila_crisis » Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:39 am

I've pulled the trigger. Maybe next week I'll give you my feedback about Mood vs.Revolver.
Btw now it's a while since I have last used the Revolver.
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby sitarman » Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:14 am

gila_crisis wrote:I've pulled the trigger. Maybe next week I'll give you my feedback about Mood vs.Revolver.
Btw now it's a while since I have last used the Revolver.


I am curious about it too so let us know. I also have the Revolver. I think Mood has more options to influence the sound.
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby Dandolin » Tue Jul 23, 2019 9:55 am

UglyCasanova wrote:While they're both micro samplers/looper, how they process the sound seem very different, both in terms of sounds and functionality.
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby neonblack » Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:52 am

Anyone have any idea how well this would work with more aggressive music? With some dirt and stuff? I was thinking of getting a tensor for some glitchy weird Daughters parts but this seems like it might be more versatile?
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby Blood_mountain » Tue Jul 23, 2019 12:07 pm

neonblack wrote:Anyone have any idea how well this would work with more aggressive music? With some dirt and stuff? I was thinking of getting a tensor for some glitchy weird Daughters parts but this seems like it might be more versatile?


This is a total guess from me, as I play very quiet and clean 99% of the time, and I haven't tried any dirt into it, but I think you could get some pretty gnarly, glitchy, noisy and loud sounds out of this played in a heavier context.
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby odontophobia » Tue Jul 23, 2019 12:11 pm

neonblack wrote:Anyone have any idea how well this would work with more aggressive music? With some dirt and stuff? I was thinking of getting a tensor for some glitchy weird Daughters parts but this seems like it might be more versatile?


I used one for a hot minute.
Preferred it clean.

Might do that Nick Sadler thing but Daughters have been doing weird shit with like 8 pitch shifters for a long time.
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby gila_crisis » Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:41 pm

neonblack wrote:Anyone have any idea how well this would work with more aggressive music? With some dirt and stuff? I was thinking of getting a tensor for some glitchy weird Daughters parts but this seems like it might be more versatile?


I will report this as well, since normally I use these kind of pedals (think of raptio, mandala, superego, etc... in front of drive pedals)
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby neonblack » Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:10 pm

odontophobia wrote:
neonblack wrote:Anyone have any idea how well this would work with more aggressive music? With some dirt and stuff? I was thinking of getting a tensor for some glitchy weird Daughters parts but this seems like it might be more versatile?


I used one for a hot minute.
Preferred it clean.

Might do that Nick Sadler thing but Daughters have been doing weird shit with like 8 pitch shifters for a long time.


Yeah less of the gothic horror guitorgan sounds and more of the nutso dying mp3 player sounds. Try as I might, I just can't find a pitch shifter I jive with
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby taco satori » Tue Jul 23, 2019 10:22 pm

gila_crisis wrote:
neonblack wrote:Anyone have any idea how well this would work with more aggressive music? With some dirt and stuff? I was thinking of getting a tensor for some glitchy weird Daughters parts but this seems like it might be more versatile?


I will report this as well, since normally I use these kind of pedals (think of raptio, mandala, superego, etc... in front of drive pedals)


2nd’d, these kinds of pedals I like to use as either extensions of my playing or ghosts in the machine sharing my signal path, especially the Tensor and even the much-maligned Csidman :poke:

I generally feel like if their tonal characteristics get subsumed a little bit or a lot by dirt, it’s no biggie for me. In fact I welcome it! :group:
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby Jwar » Wed Jul 24, 2019 10:12 am

I tend to try and figure a way to make a pedal work with dirt even if I have to layer in parallel the effects instead of run them in series. That's why I love the Klein Bottle so much. I can use almost anything and still make it work. Shit I'm using the Generation Loss and getting some massive tones. LOL. It's all about your understanding of manipulating effects. I need to wait a bit but I'm going to grab one. Gotta at least give it a go! :)
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Re: MOOD (CBA+Drolo+OBNE)

Postby Blood_mountain » Wed Jul 24, 2019 10:50 am

Jwar wrote:I tend to try and figure a way to make a pedal work with dirt even if I have to layer in parallel the effects instead of run them in series. That's why I love the Klein Bottle so much. I can use almost anything and still make it work. Shit I'm using the Generation Loss and getting some massive tones. LOL. It's all about your understanding of manipulating effects. I need to wait a bit but I'm going to grab one. Gotta at least give it a go! :)


It's not the best pedal ever. When you say that, I think it releases unrealistic expectations. It's an awesome pedal, but it's not going to solve world hunger.

However, I've been playing it for a week, I like the sounds that are coming out of it and I'm having fun with it, which I can't always say about pedals I've bought.
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