The Little Gazer shares the same internal circuitry as it's dual-channel sibling The Stargazer, just as a single channel format
The best term to describe the tone of The Little Gazer is "musical." The Little Gazer does not attempt to emulate a specific reverb type. The goal was to create a reverb that sounds organic and that sits well within a mix or recording. The Little Gazer was created with ambience in mind. Not only does it handle traditional reverb sounds, it also is capable of creating a deep, self-oscillating wash.
Unique to The Little Gazer is what I have coined the "SPARKLE" switch. I wanted to create a feature that would give the same effect as shimmer without the unnatural sounding pitch shifting. The "SPARKLE" switch adds a sparkly overtone to the wet reverb signal to give it a "shimmery" quality without sounding digitized and processed.
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