Adventure Audio | Again Delay
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Again is the classic vintage style, modulating delay you’re already familiar with while adding the flexibility to control 5 parameters via control voltage jacks. Designed around a cascading system of 3 PT2399s, Again can provide lo-fi slapback tones to long, tape-like repeats.
- I II III Toggle - There are three separate delay stages arranged in series and this toggle selects which one the output is taken from. Functionally it acts as a time range control for the delay time, I being the shortest and III being the longest.
- DELAY - Sets the length of the delay. Turn counter clockwise for shorter delay and turn clockwise for longer delay. With the knob in the center position, the CV input range is -8 to 8 volts. When stepped CV signals are used (like the output from a sequencer or sample-and-hold) pitch shifting type effects can be achieved on the delayed signal.
- FDBK - Controls the amount of feedback for the delay. When turned up all the way the delay will go into crunchy dirty self oscillation. The pitch and timbre of the oscillation can be manipulated with the other controls. CV input range is 0 to 8 volts.
- BLEND - Controls the blend between the input signal and the delayed signal. CV input range is 0 to 8 volts. When the CV input is fed with an LFO a sort of tremolo effect can be achieved.
- DEPTH - Controls the strength of the modulation signal. When turned fully counter clockwise, the modulation is effectively turned off (unless a CV signal is being used). CV input range is 0 to 8 volts.
- RATE - Controls the speed of the modulation signal. Speed ranges from approximately 0.35 Hz to 14.5 Hz. CV input range is -8 to 8 volts.