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i noticed with 2 delays u can get some cancellation(phase cancellation) thinning is what it sounds like…a few delays settings they have are louder..bassier which puzzled me. so i tried an experiment.
set one delay to reg settings….and second delay to 0 ms 0 fb and set your mix to favor the non delay side….u get a boost /thickening to the delay….i use mix at 6 delay :10 non-delay side….sounds much fatter. anywhere from 8-4 for the delay side works for mix values. u do not need stereo out for this…but u could…. the problem is with a mono setup where the phase cancellation happens at the mixer output. nature of the beast…this has the effect of sounding like a good parallel effects loop instead of series one.
hope that helps.