Catkins is a multi-tap delay with a separate send/receive loop for each of its six taps.
Catkins captures its audio input into a 20s circular recording buffer with six read heads, each of which can be positioned and modulated separately. The signal from each read head is sent out on a separate send output, and can be returned to a feedback circuit via a return input. The sum of the returns is also available as a main audio output, with controllable dry/wet balance with the audio input. The wet signal is additionally passed into a controllable feedback circuit.
Catkins can be used for creative multi-tap delays, and for building custom chorus and flanger-type effects.