Delay

Each delay device is a time-based processor that operates on its incoming audio signals. Each device blends one or more delayed copies of its sound with the undelayed original.

Delay-1

A tempo-syncable delay with uniform delay time, offset, and feedback settings for the left and right channels.

Delay-2

A tempo-syncable delay with discrete delay time, offset, and feedback settings for the left and right channels. This device also has warble (Detune and Rate) and Crossfeed(back) settings.

Delay-4

A delay unit comprising four independent taps. Each tap has its own input level control, a general FX chain, a FB FX chain for its own feedback section, separate feedback controls for how much signal is fed back locally and to each of the other taps, tempo-syncable delay time, simple high-pass and low-pass filters, and output level and panning controls. After the taps are summed, there is then a master FX chain, a global Feedback level, and a Mix control.

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