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Re: Digitech 2120 Reverse Delay Parameters

I must be doing something odd.  Although I did turn the dry level down, I
didn't get the reverse delay only, as I do with my Space Station.  I'm 
to have to play around with that one again... if for nothing else but to be
able to get an exact delay time, to synch with other gear.


on 1/30/02 10:12 PM, John Tidwell at wedgehed@yahoo.com wrote:

>> From the RP21D user manual-
> On/Off-    Selects whether the effect is active or
> bypassed
> FX Level-  Controls the volume level of the reverse
> delay signal. Ranges from off to 100%
> Dry Level- Controls the volume level of the incoming
> source signal, or the signal that has no
> reverse delay effect. Ranges from off to
> 100
> Balance-   Controls the left/right placement of the
> reversed signal in the stereo field. Ranges
> from l-99(full left) to r-99(full right)
> 0 is centered.
> Reverse Time-This parameter adjusts the length of time
> for which the effect will record. Range
> is
> dependent upon the processing power
> assigned to the module(5 seconds max with
> full power module).
> Observations....
> The FX Level parameter should control the signal input
> to the effect. At least that's what this parameter
> does
> on other fx on the 2120.
> No feedback parameter. It gives a single repeat.
> You can work around this to some degree by putting
> the reverse delay in front of another delay module
> set at the same delay time. I killed a few hours this
> morning running the reverse delay into a dual delay
> (ping-pong) & playing with the dual delay's feedback
> parameter.
> That was kind of fun!
> John
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