Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!



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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Iommic Pope » Sun Jun 07, 2015 10:44 am

Then, I suppose, your "friend" would know.
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Jero » Sun Jun 07, 2015 12:10 pm

Iommic Pope wrote:Then, I suppose, your "friend" would know.

I dont think he doomed back then hah. No, I was simply joking on those "someone other than me" posts on forums where people are more secretive.
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Tom Dalton » Sun Jun 07, 2015 1:44 pm

Ah yes, SWIM tried shrooms and no longer understood the concept of guitar pedals and needed to put his cats in the other room because he loved them so much it made SWIM cry.
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby KaosCill8r » Sun Jun 07, 2015 3:03 pm

Jero wrote:
Iommic Pope wrote:What are the best shrooms for doom?
Cubensis? Cyanascens?
Probably amanita.

"A friend of mine" has tried all of those.

I would try all of those. :yay: Never met a shroom I haven't liked.
I think doomers would look odd on shrooms. Doom music and big crazy smiles just don't go together. Stoner rock on the other hand would work with shrooms.
This Sonic Shroom pedal is right up my alley. Might have to go on my gas list,
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Eivind August » Sun Jun 07, 2015 3:13 pm

Shrooms and prog is the way to go. Hearing all the colours. Graphic sorta reminds me of Roger Dean cover art as well.
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Jero » Sun Jun 07, 2015 4:23 pm

Tom Dalton wrote:Ah yes, SWIM tried shrooms and no longer understood the concept of guitar pedals and needed to put his cats in the other room because he loved them so much it made SWIM cry.

That's it! SWIM, haha

KaosCill8r wrote:
Jero wrote:
Iommic Pope wrote:What are the best shrooms for doom?
Cubensis? Cyanascens?
Probably amanita.

"A friend of mine" has tried all of those.

I would try all of those. :yay: Never met a shroom I haven't liked.
I think doomers would look odd on shrooms. Doom music and big crazy smiles just don't go together. Stoner rock on the other hand would work with shrooms.
This Sonic Shroom pedal is right up my alley. Might have to go on my gas list,

Well the Amanita's aren't really exciting for most (and are considered toxic by many...also depends on the actual species such as muscaria, etc)
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Dandolin » Sun Jun 07, 2015 11:32 pm

Jero wrote:Amanita's...are considered toxic by many...


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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Iommic Pope » Mon Jun 08, 2015 12:19 am

Jero wrote:
Tom Dalton wrote:Ah yes, SWIM tried shrooms and no longer understood the concept of guitar pedals and needed to put his cats in the other room because he loved them so much it made SWIM cry.

That's it! SWIM, haha

KaosCill8r wrote:
Jero wrote:
Iommic Pope wrote:What are the best shrooms for doom?
Cubensis? Cyanascens?
Probably amanita.

"A friend of mine" has tried all of those.

I would try all of those. :yay: Never met a shroom I haven't liked.
I think doomers would look odd on shrooms. Doom music and big crazy smiles just don't go together. Stoner rock on the other hand would work with shrooms.
This Sonic Shroom pedal is right up my alley. Might have to go on my gas list,

Well the Amanita's aren't really exciting for most (and are considered toxic by many...also depends on the actual species such as muscaria, etc)

Haha! Yeah I didn't want to get bogged down in specifics.

Kaos, that's true, it's pretty hard to grim on them.
Get your hands on some datura or brugmansia though. That shit is grim as fuck.

Funeral shroom is about 1000x better than funeral shoe.
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Jero » Mon Jun 08, 2015 12:44 am

Iommic Pope wrote:Kaos, that's true, it's pretty hard to grim on them
Get your hands on some datura or brugmansia though. That shit is grim as fuck.
Funeral shroom is about 1000x better than funeral shoe.

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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby sylnau » Sun Jun 14, 2015 4:43 pm

magiclawnchair wrote:
sylnau wrote:MLC... what is does... how it sound? :snax:


well, its not really an overdrive or a fuzz but its sorta... well... um... :erm:

i think it can double or triple your signal path, depending on how the switches are switched and it can make glorious sounds. i normally have it set for serious splatter and then ram it into something else! :eek:

im not trying to be vague but its very hard for me to describe. ive told tom to build up a short run because there are some of us that WILL love this thing. maybe i can make a clip this weekend for you! :hug:

Clip bump. Please. :hug: :snax:
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby ryan summit » Sun Jun 14, 2015 11:10 pm

SWIM still loves shrooms
everyone in SWIMs life
always seems to have an excuse
also the shroom guy and acid guy
yeah they never made it back from the last phish tour
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Scruffie » Mon Jun 15, 2015 9:04 am

sylnau wrote:
magiclawnchair wrote:
sylnau wrote:MLC... what is does... how it sound? :snax:


well, its not really an overdrive or a fuzz but its sorta... well... um... :erm:

i think it can double or triple your signal path, depending on how the switches are switched and it can make glorious sounds. i normally have it set for serious splatter and then ram it into something else! :eek:

im not trying to be vague but its very hard for me to describe. ive told tom to build up a short run because there are some of us that WILL love this thing. maybe i can make a clip this weekend for you! :hug:

Clip bump. Please. :hug: :snax:

I don't think MLC's is the same as the production model :erm:
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby sylnau » Mon Jun 15, 2015 6:57 pm

Scruffie wrote:
sylnau wrote:
magiclawnchair wrote:
sylnau wrote:MLC... what is does... how it sound? :snax:


well, its not really an overdrive or a fuzz but its sorta... well... um... :erm:

i think it can double or triple your signal path, depending on how the switches are switched and it can make glorious sounds. i normally have it set for serious splatter and then ram it into something else! :eek:

im not trying to be vague but its very hard for me to describe. ive told tom to build up a short run because there are some of us that WILL love this thing. maybe i can make a clip this weekend for you! :hug:

Clip bump. Please. :hug: :snax:

I don't think MLC's is the same as the production model :erm:

There's no production model yet ... else I would have one. :snax:
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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby Tom Dalton » Mon Aug 31, 2015 12:05 pm

There've been some questions about the Sonic Shroom lineup...I'm finally ready to answer them!

There's...

• The Sonic Shroom. It's all you need, unless you want more.

Other versions, which are secret-menu for now:
• The Sonic Shroom Extract 10x, which adds a Blip knob to blend in computery bleeps (as you blend them in, the volcano in the graphic erupts with flickering yellow and red LEDs).
• The Sonic Shroom Extract 20x, which adds the Blip knob, as well as a Gain toggle, and Clipping toggle. (Gain and Clipping are now done as toggles as hard-switching preserves the full gain levels and sizzle of the standard Sonic Shroom.)

And then...
• The Sonic Shroom Dream
It's the Sonic Shroom with an added Gain toggle, Clipping toggle, and a new Blip knob that blends in computery bleeps in oscillation mode!...plus an separate footswitchable dynamic, glitchy fuzz circuit in front of it that pairs really well...a one of a kind experience!
The Sonic Shroom Dream includes free custom graphic work...for Dream #1, I was asked to incorporate a water buffalo...this is the result! When you switch on oscillation mode, a blue flame appears in the hot air balloon...then if you use the Blip knob to blend in blips and bleeps, there's flickering yellow and red flames in there too.

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Re: Changes! + The SONIC SHROOM!

Postby DRodriguez » Mon Aug 31, 2015 2:02 pm

Holy mother of god. That is a beautiful pedal. I'm sure it sounds as killer as it looks too!
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