timefactor “twin delays”

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    • #108611
      tedro
      Member

      hi,

      i'd like to know more about the "twin delays" concept and application (using guitar input 1, to amp output 1).  i.e., correct me if i'm wring but most delays are one delay?  so, how can twin delays be used or what makes it "better" in similar applications as those that only have a single delay?

    • #123307
      badmelonfarmer
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      The most famous example I can think of off the top of my head is the way the Edge from U2 uses dual delays.

      1 delay for a single note repeat and the other delay for the dotted 8th.

      there is also a LOT of cool stuff that can be done by using the "Fibonacci" number sequence, check out these videos:-

      http://forum.eventide.com/cs/forums/p/6880/30374.aspx

      The really cool thing about the "Fibonacci" numbers when used with delays is that they do not seem to be as reliant on correct tempo.

      Have fun

    • #123314
      tedro
      Member

      i know music, so BOOM!  got it!

      thx

    • #134413
      badmelonfarmer
      Participant

      No problem, really recommend playing with the Fibonacci delay times 

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      I use 233 and 377 or 377 and 610 the most.

      Have fun.

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