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Stereo Delay

stereo delay

Versatile effects that offer individual time controls over right and left channel.

A stereo delay with two independent delay lines per channel and inner LFO controlling the delay times of both lines. The delays’ lines then go to a stereo lowpass-highpass filters chain.

delays

Time: Set the global time for the two delay lines, in milliseconds or bpm divisions.
 

BPM Sync: Switch the delay time from milliseconds to BPM divisions. When activated, the delay time will be dependent on the host tempo.
 

Feedback: Amount of feedback applied to the delay line. Increasing the amount will increase the number of repetitions of the incoming signal, until it gradually fades out.

time mod

LFO Gain: Apply LFO that modulates the time of the delay lines over time. When set to 0, no modulations will be applied.
 

LFO Rate: Set the frequency at which the LFO is cycling.
 

Time L/R: Attenuator and stereo effect for the independent delay lines. When set to 0, the time of each delay line will be equal according to the value set by the Time parameter. Increasing the knob will produce a stereo effect and gradually reduce the right channel delay time until it reaches 0, leaving the left channel delay time unchanged. Decreasing the knob will produce a similar stereo effect by gradually reducing the left channel delay time until it reaches 0, leaving the right channel delay line unchanged.

mixer

Dry/Wet: Blend between the incoming dry signal and the delay effect signal.
 

Highpass: Apply high pass filtering to the delayed signal in both left and right channels by setting the cutoff frequency.
 

Lowpass: Apply low pass filtering to the delayed signal in both left and right channels.

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