Delay Eternity - General Questions

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Delay Modes
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Single

Feeds the input signal in Line 1 of the delay for simple echo effects.

Ping-Pong

Feeds the input signal in Line 1 of the delay.
Each repetition jump from a side to another. (Left to right and Right to Left)

Pan

The signal is mono during the first repeats, the stereo width is then progressively opened. The speed of the width opening is controlled by the Pan Speed.

Dual

Line 1 and Line 2 are activated. The input signal is fed in both lines independently.

Dual Serial

Line 1 and Line 2 are activated.
The input signal is fed into the input of Line 1.
Line 1 output is then fed into Line 2.
Time Modes
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Fade

Simulates the behavior of a tape machine with motor inertia. When the rate is modulated, the pitch is modulated as well.

Digital

Rate variations do not affect pitch, but may create artifacts when changing delay rates.

Repitch

Rate variations do not affect pitch, but smoothing is applied to the rate change like in fade mode.
Stereo Modes
stereo-modes

L/R

Routes each input channel (left and right) to an independent delay path labelled left and right. Each side can have its own rate.

M/S

Routes the Mid channel and the Side channel to their respective channel labelled left and right. Each side can have its own rate.
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1. Input Volume

Adjusts the volume of the input signal fed into the delay lines.

2. Left/Right Rate

Adjusts the time between each echo. Each channel can be adjusted independently or linked and synced to the DAW tempo.

3. Offset

Induces a timing offset between the two channels, creating a spacey stereo effect.

4. Feedback

Controls the regeneration of the echoes, going from a single repeat to self oscillation on the highest values.

5. Bit Crusher

Lets you add grain to the processed signal by adjusting the Bit and Sample rate.

6. Filter

Lets you filter the signal before to feed the delay lines with 9 different filter modes.

7. Stereo Width

Stereo Width increases or decreases the stereo width of the signal.

8. Echo Volume

Adjusts the volume of the processed delay signal.

9. Dry / Wet

Sets the ratio of processed (wet) to unprocessed (dry) sound output from the plug-in.
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Input Equalizer

Lets you shape the input signal with a non-resonant high-pass and low-pass filter, plus a mid-range parametric equalizer.

Envelope Follower

The Envelope Follower tracks the amplitude of the input signal and uses this amplitude shape to modulate a destination parameter.

LFOs

The Low Frequencey Oscillators lets you modulate a destination parameter with various waveforms and syncable rates. the LFO can also interact with each other thanks to the ratio and link parameters.

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