[EDIT: HERE IT IS!!!] Come play it at NAMM booth #1276!! Introducing... Tonal Recall: Analog Delay [EDIT: Made the features overview more readable] Price: $399. Release Date: May 30th, 2016. Features Overview: *100% analog signal path, full digital control of parameters. No digital conversion or processing. *2 onboard save-able presets + live mode for 3 distinct settings (expandable to 122 with a midi controller). *Tap Tempo / Hold for setting delay time via tap. Holding the switch gives runaway oscillation. 6 delay subdivisions including dotted eighth note. *True bypass or buffered bypass with trails. *2 Xvive MN3005 delay chips. *SLB (short, long, both) selects between 1 MN3005 (i.e. DM2), 2 MN3005 (i.e DMM), and both for a multi-tap mixed output of the two for more of a washed out / reverby sound. *Circuit is tuned for 550ms max delay time (longer delays are possible via trimmer adjustment, but compromises tap tempo accuracy and optimal clock filtering). *Sine, triangle, and square wave modulation with independent rate and depth controls. At max depth, madness ensues. *Full midi implementation to control presets and parameters. *Expression / CV control over any parameter individually or simultaneously. *Ramping over any parameter individually or simultaneously. *Tone control for full range of clear or dark repeats. *Mix Control goes 100% dry to 100% wet. On "short" delay setting, pedal can be used as a vibrato or chorus. *Internal trimmer for max regeneration. Pedal ships with self-oscillation abilities, with the potential to get wilder.