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bkbirge: What Lexicon unit is that? One of the first plugin delays I ever really liked was the PSP-84 and that always made me want an 80's Lexicon delay. But I'm not at all familiar with the different Lexicon products from this period; anyone care to enlighten me?
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BTByrd wrote:bkbirge: What Lexicon unit is that? One of the first plugin delays I ever really liked was the PSP-84 and that always made me want an 80's Lexicon delay. But I'm not at all familiar with the different Lexicon products from this period; anyone care to enlighten me?
That's a Prime Time II, my favorite version. There is also the Prime Time and Super Prime Time (III). Other classic Lex delays of that era are the PCM 41 and PCM 42. All can be pricey but they are well worth it for the sound. You can still find 'em occasionally on ebay or gearslutz.
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Mg Music That's Echo Folks with Pigs Tail - love it.

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All delays rule :bananaguitar:

One awesome trick with the Moog 104 is to patch gadgets into the pedal's loop, ala:



:75: of fun!!!
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dynacord vrs 23

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one you all forgot to mention:

the dynacord vrs 23 ... it has a really special lofi sound, very noisy, very emotional ... and cheap.



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lilakmonoke wrote:one you all forgot to mention:

the dynacord vrs 23 ... it has a really special lofi sound, very noisy, very emotional ... and cheap.



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i also have an VRS23 and love it :love:
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Not analog, or a stand alone unit, but I love it: Augustus Loop plugin by Expert Sleepers. You can do stupidly long delay times, four fully adjustable taps with stereo cross panning, all kinds of saturation and filtering options, and (I think - haven't tried it) an external effect loop built in.
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i put cv control on that pink ad-999 with an arduino..

ITS AWESOME!
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July 4th, 2009
wetterberg wrote:
Malekko wrote:i think in 16 years we'll have that damn euro module released that was supposed to be done forever ago...

:sadbanana:
sign me up, homes. I'll pay in galacti-dollars.
December 5th, 2010
ferran wrote:Moog MF104z analog delay, no question. :yay:
This is completely off-topic, but I have admit, I admire how someone can reply to a topic from over a year ago and everyone responds and carries on as if the reply was on something written yesterday. I've seen this before I think in a thread about the MFB VCO-02 and another one filter related. Nothing bad or anything, I just think it's funny, like we're in a time warp and a year and a half has not passed. :lol:

Anyhow, sorry, I have nothing useful to contribute so I'll shut up now. 8_)
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frozenkore wrote:July 4th, 2009
wetterberg wrote:
Malekko wrote:i think in 16 years we'll have that damn euro module released that was supposed to be done forever ago...

:sadbanana:
sign me up, homes. I'll pay in galacti-dollars.
December 5th, 2010
ferran wrote:Moog MF104z analog delay, no question. :yay:
This is completely off-topic, but I have admit, I admire how someone can reply to a topic from over a year ago and everyone responds and carries on as if the reply was on something written yesterday. I've seen this before I think in a thread about the MFB VCO-02 and another one filter related. Nothing bad or anything, I just think it's funny, like we're in a time warp and a year and a half has not passed. :lol:

Anyhow, sorry, I have nothing useful to contribute so I'll shut up now. 8_)
I think all things modular move in 'ent-time'. My preferred music last many times longer than is normal. I don't see why threads should be different.

And hell, this is a delay thread. There's going to be a bit of a lag. Isn't that the point? :-)
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Madrayken wrote: I think all things modular move in 'ent-time'. My preferred music last many times longer than is normal. I don't see why threads should be different.
Completely, I think it's great that these things happen because a lot of the time they are threads that start and end before I was even a member so I probably have missed them. I just think it's funny, especially in a thread where the OP is asking for advice on what others use and the responses will potentially affect that the OP might buy. Then you have a year gap and it continues on as if it were yesterday. Hell, the OP could have given up all his musical equipment for yachting (which you probably could get a nice one if you did that).

No I love when threads with great information like this resurface.
Madrayken wrote: And hell, this is a delay thread. There's going to be a bit of a lag. Isn't that the point? :-)
:lol:
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#1Roland Space Echo.
#2 Boss Giga delay
#3 Maxon AD-9.
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I would kill for a Space Echo...
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Raglani wrote:#1Roland Space Echo.
#2 Boss Giga delay
#3 Maxon AD-9.
Make it Maxon AD999 ! :love:
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Oldstench wrote:I would kill for a Space Echo...
Would you pay > :75: X10 for one?
Cos that's what they seem to be going for these days. Which is, imho, dumb.
I got mine years back for 200. They're good, but not as good as they sell for these days.
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Yeah I paid exactly that for mine 8 months ago including shipping. It was in stellar shape and had just been serviced so there is that but still it was more than I wanted to spend but I really wanted it. I'm also going to be rockin the ibanez ad202 here in a few days.

I'm a delay junkie, I've got lots o delay ooooo, most of it digital tho.
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i sold off my space echo. but i think i will buy one again when teh prices change
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I want a strymon eurorack delay module!
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Is there a standalone delay that can be easily hacked for voltage control?
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studiokpg wrote:Is there a standalone delay that can be easily hacked for voltage control?
this one http://magento.moodysounds.se/index.php ... m_store=se uses a ldr for delay time. could prob be modded with a vactrol? thinking about building a euromodule like that myself .... judging from the demo's it sounds nice.
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studiokpg wrote:Is there a standalone delay that can be easily hacked for voltage control?
Both of these respond to 0-5v at the expression pedal input.

http://www.ehx.com/products/memory-boy1
http://www.ehx.com/products/deluxe-memory-boy

I use a Memory Boy in conjunction with an A-138d and a VCA to have control of delay time and feedback. I'm probably going to end up with another one. :tu:
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studiokpg wrote:Is there a standalone delay that can be easily hacked for voltage control?
My old RDS 3600 (Digitech) delay has voltage control as an input, can be used for LFO or delay time I believe, I've never used it. I think a lot of the older digital units early to mid 80's had that. If you go to loopersdelight.com they'll help with info, they are all about delays though mainly guitar players.
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felixer wrote: this one http://magento.moodysounds.se/index.php ... m_store=se uses a ldr for delay time. could prob be modded with a vactrol? thinking about building a euromodule like that myself .... judging from the demo's it sounds nice.
just ordered two 'bare bone kits' that albin roslund graciously offered. hope to have a eurorack module up and running in the next year ....
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The MF 104z's great if you use other moogerfoogers or really need the cv; just the tricks you can do coupling it with the moog phaser are good enough for me to swallow the price tag, but my delay preferences kinda change going from the guitar camp to synth; digital delay isn't the tone-sucking monster on synths (as much, anyway), and you don;t always want warm grit.

mxr's carbon copy is a really good, cheap analog delay that definitely doesn't sound 600$ worse than the MF; no cv or bells and whistles, not a ton of time, but it sounds great, and power-starving it does some insane shit.
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