Delay Modules (Delay Pack)

 

Delay Stage

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Drive (Dry/Wet)

This is a dry/wet knob to control the amount of distortion that is mixed into delay signal path. 

Drive Bypass Switch

Bypass the drive function on both wet and dry signal.

Delay Type Selector

The selector allows you to switch between Tape, Standard, Ping Pong, and Reverse delays.

Time, Note, Dot, Trip

When time mode is selected, this allows you to set Milliseconds, Note, Dot, and Trip options. This creates delay patterns based on the current global tempo, which you can set the global bpm in the lower bar.

Time

Control the amount of time between your original signal and the delay output.

Feedback

Sets the amount of feedback to determine the number of repeats.

Mix

Adjust the level balance between delay wet and dry signal.

Bass & Treble

Boost or cut the bass and high frequencies of delay signal.

Infinity

Captures and freezes the current feedback loop.

Analog

This adds old school analog character to the wet signal.

Saturation

Controls how much the Tape distortion affects the wet signal. 

 

 

MOD STAGE 

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Ducking

Sets the threshold of ducking function, which causes the delay signal to decrease when the dry signal exceeds the threshold level.

Gain Reduction

Adjust how much delay signal will be reduced.

Attack

Adjust how fast the volume decrease when the signal exceeds the threshold level.

Release

Adjust how long it takes for the wet signal to return to normal when the input goes below the threshold.

Modulation Style

The selector allows you to choose different modulation style add to the back of delay.

Rate

Controls the speed of modulation.

Depth

Controls the depth of modulation. 

Width

Widen the stereo sound of modulation.

Mix

Adjusts the dry/wet balance of modulation.

Mod Output

Control how much modulation interacts with the delay signal path. When set to “wet only”, modulation will only affect on the wet signal, when set to “normal”, modulation will affect on overall output.

Waveform

Select the shape of modulation.

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