This Levitation device is a vintage-voiced reverb that aims to fit somewhere between dirty sixties chambers, classic spring and the big, ringing plate reverbs of days gone by. Four knobs and one switch control quite a bit more than you’d expect.
1. Mix: This controls how much wet signal is blended in with the dry. More reverb clockwise, less counterclockwise.
2. Length (Toggle): Broad stroke control for decay time. Shorter to left, longer to the right.
3. Decay: Controls the length of the reverb decay. Longer clockwise, shorter counterclockwise.
4. Tone: This is an input bandwidth control for the reverberated signal. All the way clockwise reduces all low end content to make a brighter reverb, turning counterclockwise allows more low end to pass through resulting in a fuller reverberated tone.
5. Atmosphere: This is a harmonic regeneration control, it feeds the upper frequencies of the reverb trails back through to create a more harmonic (ringing) reverb. More atmosphere clockwise, less counterclockwise.