160-Second Digital Delay with Analog Soul
The Euro DDL features 10 seconds of pristine delay at a 192 kHz sample rate and a unique design that strictly limits the amount of digital circuitry to the bare minimum. Soft saturation clipping, low pass filter, feedback, insert loop, relay bypass, and +20 dB boost are all analog. Delay time can be varied smoothly either manually or by connecting an LFO to the remote input allowing short delays to be used for comb filter and flanging effects.
The Euro DDL is also capable of extremely long delays (up to 160 seconds at a 16 kHz sample rate) allowing long passages to be captured for looping.
The digital section is minimal and constrained to do nothing more than simple, yet flexible, delay. The DDL itself is pristine. It's long. It's short (0.11msec resolution). It's smooth, it loops, and it goes backwards (REVERSE). The delay converter is 24 bits with a maximum delay time of up to 10 seconds at 192 kHz sample rate and 160 seconds at 16 kHz sample rate. Delay time can be varied smoothly and over a wide range -- either manually, via TAP (BPM) tempo, or by remote control voltage. Short delays can be used for comb filtering and flanging effects. Longer delays for echo effects. Infinite delays for looping. Backwards delays for reverse effects.
To be a true performance instrument, all the controls of the Eurorack module must be remote controllable. The EuroDDL does just that with jacks -- clipping, KILL, REVERSE, FEEDBACK, MIX, and LP FILTER -- to accept VC (voltage control) and T/G (trigger to gate). It's designed to be played as an instrument... and it's designed to 'play nice' in the rack with RETURN/SEND and CLK (clock) IN/OUT.
From short delays for double tracking, to ridiculously long delays for whatever reason, to creating swept delay and tape echo class effects, the Euro DDL brings it all to your Eurorack rig.
This Module is currently available.$431 Price in € submitted Oct 17th 2017, 11:16 by mylarmelodies | last Change Oct 12th, 03:10 by teleosmodular
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