Members stent Posted April 4, 2006 Members Share Posted April 4, 2006 I have a multi fx unit with an analog delay setting. its my only experience with analog delay and when the repeats come back they are slightly detuned, either sharp or flat. I know that the whole point of analog delay is that the sound is imperfect in a warm, organic way and i like the sound of it for most things. Thing is do all analog delays detune the signal this much? its so detuned that if you play a repetitive riff the delay signals cause the sound to become really really chorused. as i said nice most of the time but not sure if i would buy a stand alone analog delay if it detuned the sound so much.So do all analog delays do this? some more than others? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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