Habit is a delay with a memory. It lets you break away from the present moment and create echoes of the past instead. Or both at once. It does this by recording every sound that goes into the pedal, so you can revisit them later. You can collect sounds you made 2 minutes ago and turn them into loops, or harmonize along with old playing, or build impossible echo patterns.
It’s an effect that can become an instrument at any time, an evolving paint-splatter of everything you do. A musical sketchpad.
Or it could just be a fun delay:
-60 seconds of delay time
Habit’s secret is a digital tape reel that records every sound that enters the pedal. As long as Habit is on, it’s recording.
At any moment, you can scan back into this history and play moments from the past–instead of, or alongside the present. This architecture makes a pile of interesting things possible: never-before-heard delays, bizarre loops and transitions, and even entire songs captured right inside the pedal.
Record free-form songs right in the pedal, navigate through a whole performance with the turn of a knob, and yes, make echoes.