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Reverb.  Delay.  Repeat.

The Sky Fi bathes your signal in a excess of echoes, a deluge of delay, and a surfeit of shimmer.  All of the ambience you desire is a footstep away.

Building a great delay pedal was foremost in our minds when we designed the Sky Fi. Development began with a crystal-clear digital delay engine combined with a tone filter to allow tailoring of the response to your liking.  We then added a reverb engine that draws inspiration from certain digital rack units of the '80s and '90s.  These units were designed to be as affordable as possible, and had some unique hardware quirks that caused their reverb effects to build in intensity over time.  This "slow-building" artifact is one of the things that made these units so special. We've done our best to capture some of the magic of these units with the Sky Fi, while also incorporating some tricks of our own like the ability to freeze or oscillate by holding the bypass switch.

Controls:

Reverb — Adjusts the mix and decay of the reverb engine.   Turn this knob while holding the bypass footswitch to change the delay signal mix.  The Sky Fi remembers your delay mix setting when powered off.

Delay — Controls the delay time for the delay engine.

Mix — Controls the blend between fully dry (clean) and fully wet (reverb + delay only) sound. 12 o’clock is an equal mix of clean and reverb + delay.

Repeat — Controls the feedback and repeats of the delay engine.  Rotate counter-clockwise for dark, filtered repeats.  Rotate clockwise for bright repeats.


Power Supply:

The Sky Fi requires a 9V DC power supply with a 2.1mm pin, center negative.  The Sky Fi is not designed to be powered on supplies higher than 9V and does not use a battery.  The Sky Fi should work fine on a multi-pedal "daisy chain" connector, but if you encounter excessive noise or hum try a separate power supply.  The Sky Fi requires approx. 60mA.


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