- a sweet flavoured drink made from a sugar syrup, sometimes containing alcohol or medication.
Restaurant Gibeau Orange Julep
- the big orange on Décarie Blvd.
From syrupy, frothy vibe effects to dizzying, choppy stutters, the Mile End Effects Julep is by concept a semblance of the infamous Ibanez FP-777 Flying Pan, but functionally and electronically is an expansion and improvement on the idea. This optical stereo panning/tremolo and phasing effect gives a wide variety of sounds with variable waveform sculpting, independent depth controls for both left and right channels, a vast sweep in panning/tremolo rate from a slow crawl to a worried tremble and a subtle, vintage voiced phaser that at certain depth settings will take you into rotary simulation/uni-vibe territories and viscous swirls saved only for the finest lysergic experiences (...or for a cold, refreshing orange juice beverage with an egg mixed in...).
Send the stereo outputs from this pedal to 2 different effects chains for all kinds of panning possibilities, run the outputs to two separate amplifiers or use the pedal in mono for a simple, but versatile tremolo and phaser.
L. DEPTH –depth of left side tremolo
R.DEPTH –depth of right side tremolo
RATE –panning/tremolo speed
WAVEFORM–triangle, square and everything in between panning/tremolo wave shape
PHASE DEPTH –depth of phasing
PHASE RATE–speed of phasing
SYNC/SEPARATE –synchronize the panning/tremolo between the stereo outputs or separate the outputs by 180 degrees
PAN ENGAGE –turns on the panning/tremolo
PHASE ENGAGE –turns on the phasing
The JULEP requires 100 mA at 9VDC with the typical 2.1mm centre negative power supply connector. It is also True Bypass.