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Have been using Moogerfooger MF-104Z for several years and it always contrasts nicely with other digital delays in the mix.
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Wavtekt wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:51 pm
Anyways, it is hard to get an analog delay without any of the issues mentioned above. You either embrace it, or stay away from it .

It's 2022 now, I wonder why no one was able to resolve these issues ...
Xaoc Sarajewo has eliminated bbd noise quite well tbh
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Powerdwarf wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 9:04 pm
Wavtekt wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:51 pm
Anyways, it is hard to get an analog delay without any of the issues mentioned above. You either embrace it, or stay away from it .

It's 2022 now, I wonder why no one was able to resolve these issues ...
Xaoc Sarajewo has eliminated bbd noise quite well tbh
Interesting, the one I received had clock noise on the long delay times, and pretty loud whining noise on shorter ones. Much worse than my PT delays (which have no discernible noise at short delay times).
I sent a video to Xaoc Devices and they said it was normal :hmm: .
But then I also found some other strange issues so I returned it. First Xaoc module I had with a problem to be fair (and I have bought a few).
It seems that your experience confirms it was a dud. Shame it kind of put me off it, and I ended up pursuing other delays.
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the one i had was pretty much noiseless.
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I guess they are now discontinued for some reason, but the Chase Bliss Tonal Recalls (red and blue knob) are both good analog delays. Out of curiosity I peaked and looks like their prices are not surprisingly starting to creep up on Reverb. Glad I got mine when I did.

Both have CV ability so are a good option for Eurorack if you have a interface pedal module.
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CG Products 1022 ... short delay times, but nice v/oct tracking for KS synthesis.

https://www.cg-products.de/module/delay1022/
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Kosmikos wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 12:12 pm
Powerdwarf wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 9:04 pm
Wavtekt wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:51 pm
Anyways, it is hard to get an analog delay without any of the issues mentioned above. You either embrace it, or stay away from it .

It's 2022 now, I wonder why no one was able to resolve these issues ...
Xaoc Sarajewo has eliminated bbd noise quite well tbh
Interesting, the one I received had clock noise on the long delay times, and pretty loud whining noise on shorter ones. Much worse than my PT delays (which have no discernible noise at short delay times).
I sent a video to Xaoc Devices and they said it was normal :hmm: .
But then I also found some other strange issues so I returned it. First Xaoc module I had with a problem to be fair (and I have bought a few).
It seems that your experience confirms it was a dud. Shame it kind of put me off it, and I ended up pursuing other delays.
I think it can also depend on how clean the power is and the proximity to sources of interference. Mine had some whine but is quiet now that it’s away from the PSU and digital modules.
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hypnoz wrote: Thu Jan 13, 2022 3:48 pm I mean why yellow though? Yuck
They are handsome modules. Very affordable and excellent sound wise and fill a certain corner very nicely.

Highly recommended.
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