Pladask Elektrisk - BAKVENDT (Granular Synthesis and Reverse Delay)

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  1. abunchofpedals

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    So this little fella uses granular synthesis to produce a reverse delay kind of sound. It’s pretty unique and comes in a small footprint. Unfortunately they were only built in a very small batch so they’re hard to come by. It’s got a lot of interesting controls and looping functions. Super neat pedal, check it! Anyone else use the Pladask stuff? I’ve always been a big fan.

     
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    That's pretty cool. Entirely outside the range of what I usually play, but so much the better. Will keep my eyes open. . . .
     
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    o_OMade by some guy with Swedish ancestory? (Who don’t really know the language.)

    Bakvänt = backwards

    Pladask = something falling flat to the ground
     
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    Yea it's pretty wild but you can use it in the background too.
     
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    I think he's from Norway
     
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    Aha, that explains why it looked all wrong!:lol:
     
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    Interesting. As neighbours, how different are the languages? How much do they overlap at the border?
     
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    Mostly it’s undersanable, but some words are totally different or even same words mean different things.

    There are swedish dialects that sound almost like norwegian, and can be hard to understand, if you’re not from around.
     
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    Norwegians can understand Swedish, but Swedes like to imagine they can't understand Norwegian.
     
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