Meris Mercury 7 Reverb

Meris Mercury 7 Reverb

Meris Mercury 7 Reverb, new.

Inspired by the 1982 Bladerunner film soundtrack

Take your guitars and synths to new ambient worlds and be inspired by real time tactile controls, an extensive modulation matrix, intra-tank pitch regen, and ambient swell.

Infinite permutations will lead you in new musical directions. Swell and modulate an infinite tail. Bend and warp a cavernous and beautiful space into oblivion. Architect and direct your mood with a precision tool.

Engineer Angelo says: “I get inspired every time I hear Vangelis’s use of reverb on the original Blade Runner soundtrack. It never gets old. I designed the Mercury7’s algorithms to bring those same extra long decays and lush modulated reflections to the pedal world.”

There’s a unique, ethereal presence to the Mercury7 you would never have heard from another effects pedal. 

Choose between two general settings: the modern sounding Ultraplate fresh plate reverb with a fast build, and Cathedra, a massive slow build tidal wave of cacophony. 

As with all Meris pedals, there are two layers of controls – one hidden with the Alt button. At face value, you have access to standard Space Decay, Mix, Modulation depth and Hi and Lo Frequency filters. 

Select a pitch interval using Pitch Vector from six options to vary your sound. Take things even further by tweaking when holding down Alt. This allows changes to the likes of modulation speed, reverb entry time, attack time for the swell envelope and a haunting trail of vibrato. 

Swell your sound at dramatic moments using the second footswitch. Add an expression pedal to potentially alter every parameter at once.

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