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If you have a delay with stereo outs & a multi-tap mode with feedback, that can get you into similar territory rhythm wise.
I've put my SMMH in multi-tap to a feedback loop to try to do echorec sounds but I don't think it gets the rhythm quite right. If you watch a video demonstrating the original echorec on youtube you'll see how you really need something built to emulate it in order to match it rhythmically.
things that have worked for me--but definitely arent perfect:
1. Line6 M9. Multitap patch--set all 4 heads to 1 repeat. send that out to the Echoplatter (or whatever modulation/tape sim patch or pedal). use the tap tempo sync--so that the 4th head repeat matches up with the repeat of the other patch. iirc, it's like sixteenth note tap for the multitap and quarter note for the other patch.
2. SMMw/H. Set to 4 hard repeats--send that out to another delay and do your best to match up the 4th repeat with the repeat on the other delay.
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Let me know if you get something. I thought if I added a couple of other tape style pedals like the Echo Park with the TL it would act like extra heads. Then some reverb to give it that "hall" reverby sound.
I can't say I'm too familiar with an echorec, but know of the sound (and have owned a space echo before). I messed around with the timeline for a bit and the one model that really seems to get close to the pgs video is the Dual Delay, especially with the "Time 2" parameter set to 4/3 or 5/3. I'd have to hear them a/b'd to really know whether I'm really getting close, but of course, it's only two delay lines.