Seth McCarroll is head of Creative at Old Blood Noise Endeavors. Here he's whipped up a little aural and visual piece to showcase without words something he likes about the Reflector Chorus. But Just in case you need words, here are some. "The Reflector is capable of making lush and tasty chorus sounds for guitar and bass (especially rad on bass VI) and while I love that about this pedal, what makes it special for me is that it's capable of quite a bit more. For instance, I enjoy having the capability to sweep the octave of the chorus voice in the Wrinkle mode from a full octave down to a full octave up. For this piece, I ran stereo out of a Critter and Guitari Organelle then each channel through its own Reflector direct into a Zoom H4N field recorder. Using the expression-out with a TRS cables into expression pedals, I was able to easily manipulate the pitch / octave of the two independent signals while playing the Organelle. All of the pitch shifting and tapey warble is coming from the wrinkle mode of the Reflector. As for the visual component, this is a montage I made with videos I've shot mostly on my phone on commutes around Oklahoma City, with a few DSLR shots sprinkled in. I gave myself 4 hours to knock out the whole project. I should I have given myself a little more time."