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RE: D-Two Delay
Very cool. Thanks for the all the information.
>From: "Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill" <email@example.com>
>Subject: D-Two Delay Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2006 19:35:27 +0100
>Just had to power up the unit to check this out...:
>1. Bypass is configurable to one of three possible settings:
>a) when hitting bypass, the effect is turned off and the input is routed
>through to the output (just like when you set Mix=0%)
>b) when hitting bypass, the output of the effect engine is interrupted
>(instantly muting the delay). The dry signal is passed as set with the mix
>c) when hitting bypass, the input to the effect engine is interrupted
>the delay "continues to ring").
>There is no or only a very short interruption of the effect signal when
>switching patches (I didn't do any measurements, but to find this out you
>would have to record the audio and analyze it, as it's hard to tell when
>switching between patches which produce different levels to say if there
>a minimum interruption. There are no clicks etc., and if there is an
>interruption, it is so short that it won't hurt except in some very
>applications). The dry signal passes uninterrupted.
> > Has anyone here used the TC Electronic D-Two delay in a live
> > situation? It looks pretty cool but I'm trying to find out if
> > when you have the delay on and you hit bypass, does the
> > delays continue to ring out or do they cut off?
> > Also, is there a pause or drop out when switching patches?
> > The harmonyCentral reviews don't cover these issues...thanks.
- D-Two Delay
- From: "Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill" <firstname.lastname@example.org>