Digital effect. 725ms delay time.
It seems that given enough time the most undesirable Lo-Fi effects of sound engineering become desireable; distortion, feedback, wow and flutter. Why not glitch?
Those of us who remember compact disks remember they would briefly fail and Cut out if the player was bumped. And if the disk were scratched the music would studder. These failings of the compact disk were the inspiration for Catalinbread's Csidman, a delay that cuts its own signal at your design.
Gives you control over the Wet/Dry balance from 100% wet to 100% dry.
Controls the amount of feedback
(Used in conjunction with thw latch knob) Controls the sample rate, the relative speed that the Csidman skips
Controls the relative time in a cycle the Csidman is in a latching skipping state. When fully counterclockwise it doesn't skip, allowing you to use the pedal as a traditional delay pedal. When fully clockwise the unit is stuck repeating whatever is in the memory address. At noon the unit is in a 50/50 balance (though random) between a skip-playback state and a non-skip sample state.
controls the echo line delay up to 750ms.
While a little hard to get the same result out of all the time, the Csidman isn't about predictability. I used it to glitch out vocal samples with very good results. Also was nice to add movement to an ambient pad. What I found best if this pedal slams into a short delay or echo to give a more robust sound. Highly recommend this for that creative spark.