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August 24, 2004
The new Hypnotic Flange from Rocktron offers some twists on the classic flanger pedal for guitarists, taking modulation to a new level with a hypnotic mode that becomes a random low frequency oscillator. This mode dances anywhere from an arpeggio sound to a randomized chorus sound.
RATE controls the speed of the modulation, while DEPTH controls the intensity of the modulation. MANUAL control changes the modulation delay time. FEEDBACK control varies the regeneration of the modulated output. TRANCE randomizes the low frequency oscillator. An FX/LEVEL control is also provided, along with single input, mono/stereo output.
For more information, visit their web site at www.rocktron.com