Equal parts sci-fi adventure and vintage tone, The OBNE Procession is not your average reverb. It's not a trem or a flanger... It's not a spring reverb or a 60's tube reverb. At times it touches on all those things, but really it's a different beast all together. It's an adventurous noise machine. But don't be scared, the Procession is always classy. The modulation only affects your reverb, always sitting under your guitar parts like a gentleman, never affecting your dry signal. The Procession is where several simple effects meet and create a unique and versatile digital reverb. It's a simple layout, four knobs: Speed and Depth control the modulation that adds movement to your reverb. Mix and Reverb control the dry-to-wet ratio and the length of the reverb from short to hold. At 100%, the mix offers a haunting organ-like tone to your notes as they fade in. If you roll the Reverb to 100% after playing a chord or note, the Procession samples that sound and holds it indefinitely, creating a pad over which your dry signal and other effects can then be layered. Same goes for the hold foot switch. As long as it's held down, the sample is played; release and it returns to normal. The three position toggle switch allows you to chose the type of movement in your reverb. Each reacts differently to the settings, and has its own sweet spot. Spend some time getting to know the Procession and you'll find it to be an invaluable creative tool. Like all Old Blood Noise pedals, there are perfectly reasonable settings for the subtle unadventurous player. But like The Haunt and The Black Fountain, things get really exciting when you are willing to let the Procession get weird.