This collection of programs uses an external clock source to set the delay times for easy synchronization. The delay programs include mono and dual delay lines for a variety of classic effects.
A Division control sets the ratio of the feedback time to the external clock length. Ratios vary between programs, and include ratios of 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4 and 1:6 to easily set 8th, 16th and triplet intervals.
Some of the programs have internal feedback while others will need the external Analog Feedback path for repeats.
These use a single delay line up to 1000ms in length. Left and Right inputs are summed into mono and written into the delay line. Separate Left and Right output taps feed their respective signal outputs.
Note that feedback, internal or external, also sums back into mono so both of the taps are fed with each other’s signal. Using external feedback can allow for adjusting the amount of feedback each tap uses and the outputs can be fed through different external processes like filters and distortion.
These use two independent delay lines that are fed from Left or Right inputs. The length of these delay lines is limited to 500ms. External feedback will only affect the same Left/Right channel. The Ratios for Dual programs are 0.5 and below because the Tempo calculation is based on 1000ms.
Note: Program 6 Stereo Ping Pong has two delay lines like a Dual program, but the input is summed mono.
SEE THE MANUAL FOR DETAILS ON SUITABLE CLOCKS & OTHER INFO