Any delay discussion worth its salt has to include dotted eighth notes and/or Golden Ratios. (It’s the law). This preset variation increases the THRESHOLD to lower the ‘clamping’ effect. RELEASE is short, and barely detectable as a distinct event. There’s some hi-cut FILTER smearing the buffer sequence.
The technique: Play short clipped notes, and the dotted 8th / 1/2 note repeats will cascade after your final input. Legato playing – letting your notes decay – will duck the repeating phrases. Note release after sustained input will fade into ambient waves of delay; reminiscient of reverb algos. With little practice, it’s easy to summon up distinct repeats mixed with bursts of frozen sound.
And now on to the mandated Fibonacci numbers: Most every parameter is tweaked to taste here. Increased WET MIX for emphasis, and a ‘bloom’ to the Golden phrases. Magical values for each DELAY. Both FEEDBACK controls tuned to their corresponding DELAY time. Milder compression RATIO for a smoother blend and mix (along with a higher THRESHOLD value). Moderate RELEASE time – well under the shortest DELAY value. Plus a little high frequency accenting, using the FILTER.
I was going for a ‘wind chimes in the breeze’ effect.