Intensive Care Audio Recovery Phase
Intensive Care Audio Recovery Phase
Intensive Care Audio Recovery Phase
Intensive Care Audio Recovery Phase
Intensive Care Audio Recovery Phase
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Intensive Care Audio Recovery Phase

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Is Intensive Care Audio my favourite pedal builder? It seems very likely at least point. Here's their latest release, the Recovery Phase, a Phaser unlike any other Phaser I've ever used. Not only is a better standalone phaser than anything else in the shop, but it goes WAY further functionality wise, and implements a tremolo mode too.
  1. What RECOVERY PHASE is, and what is it used for:

The RECOVERY PHASE is a dual modulation unit capable of bi-phase and phase shift/tremolo effects. It is primarily used in the treatment

of Bland Tone Syndrome and Excessive Aural Dryness.

Used regularly it can provide effective relief from these, and other music and instrumentation related conditions. 

All Intensive Care Audio pedals are built in London, England, using high quality components and featuring soft 

touch, relay based true bypass. There are two soft touch footswitches, the left is BYPASS and the right is TAP TEMPO


The RECOVERY PHASE features 8 controls, there are therefore a range of available remedies.


LFO 1:   An 8 position rotary switch allows you to select 1 of 8 available LFO waveforms. From left to right these are; 

Random Slopes, Random Steps, Staircase, Sine, Step Down/Ramp Up, Square, Ramp Down, Ramp Up.  

This LFO is the primary LFO used in the phase shifting. 


LFO 2: An 8 position rotary switch allows you to select 1 of 8 available LFO waveforms which control either secondary phase shifting or

a tremolo.


FREQ: Sets the frequency (speed) of LFO 1. 


DEPTH: Sets the depth of LFO 1.


DEPTH 2: Sets the depth of LFO 2


FREQ 2: Sets the frequency (speed) of LFO 2.


TREM/PHASE SWITCH: LFO 2 controls either secondary phase circuit

tremolo circuit.


LFO 2/OFF SWITCH: When in ‘PHASE’ mode this switch either turns on

or off LFO 2. When in ‘TREM’ mode this switch selects between LFO 2

controlling tremolo only or tremolo and secondary phase shifting. 


  1. What you need to know before using the RECOVERY PHASE:

 

How to take the RECOVERY PHASE:

The dose needed to treat guitar effect deficiency will depend on how low

your levels of guitar effect are. Your doctor will advise you on the length 

of time to use the RECOVERY PHASE. For adults this is usually 1-2 hours, 

twice a day. Using pedals after meals is recommended to avoid dizziness.


If you forget to use the RECOVERY PHASE, use it as soon as possible and continue to use it as normal. 

DO NOT take a double dose to make up for a forgotten dose as this can cause irreversible MIND BENDING (Mindbendinitis)


  1. Possible Side Effects:

Like all medicine, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. 

Serious side effects:

-Involuntary  time signature changes

-Nausea and or vomiting

-Anxiety

-Difficulty passing riffs

-Thinking you are better at your instrument than you actually are

-Looking down your nose at other peoples gear



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