David Rolo Effects Stamme[n]

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David Rolo Effects

Stamme[n] is a pedal that originated from the idea and collaboration with Kent Sommer in Norway (aka UglyCasanova). He initially wanted a pedal that would loop short samples but whose sample size could be set by tapping a tempo.

From there the pedal went through many iterations and a few months later we have something that seems like a very useful tool.

It was a fun project to work on and I want to thank Kent for all his input, ideas and the nice chats

It has 8 different operation modes divided in two groups.

First group is sample looping:

  • IL : Only wet signal. Dry signal is cut while the loop is engaged. The engage switch is latching.
  • IIL : Wet and dry signal. Dry signal continues while the loop is engaged. The engage switch is latching.
  • IM : Only wet signal. Dry signal is cut while the loop is engaged. The engage switch is momentary.
  • IIM : Wet and dry signal. Dry signal continues while the loop is engaged. The engage switch is momentary.

In these 4 modes the control knob allows to manually change the sample size. If turned while a loop is engaged it introduces some pitch shifting/glitches.
The left switch is the tap tempo switch

Second group are hold/freeze functions:

  • SW : Swell hold, the control knob defines how fast the held signal fades in and out. Right switch is latching, Left switch is momentary
  • PT : Pitch hold, the control knob detunes the held signal when turn CCW (like slowing down a tape). Right switch is latching, Left switch is momentary
  • FL : Filter hold, the control knob goes from a low pass filter on the left to a high pass filter on the right. Right switch is latching, Left switch is momentary
  • ST : Stutter hold, like a random step tremolo applied to either your dry signal or the held signal. Right switch engages the stutter and hold effect. Left switch engages the stutter and dry effect. Both switches are momentary and can be used at the same time.

In all 8 modes wet and dry signals each have a volume knob that is unity at noon and can boost/cut but in wet only modes obviously the dry signal is inactive.

This new version has a soft electronic bypass, meaning that when bypassed, the signal goes through a buffer. If tapped quickly, the switch will turn the effect on/off but if you hold it for more than 2 seconds while it was off, the switch will engage the effect momentarily until you release the switch. When it is in momentary mode the LED will start blinking.

It also now has an expression pedal input.

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