so how's the rainy day delay coming along



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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby Ryan » Sun May 06, 2012 5:12 pm

Hahaha that gif is so hilarious and perfect!

That's a good question about 100% wet, I hadn't really pondered that yet... I'll try both ways, the standard level control for the repeats and a wet/dry mix setup and see what I like better, I'm not really sure just yet.
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby bronzetalon » Mon May 07, 2012 12:07 am

Ryan wrote:Hahaha that gif is so hilarious and perfect!

That's a good question about 100% wet, I hadn't really pondered that yet... I'll try both ways, the standard level control for the repeats and a wet/dry mix setup and see what I like better, I'm not really sure just yet.


This is the only thing I would request for the new delay. The only thing I don't like about the sdd is the lack of being able to go more than 50/50. All other features are best left in your all knowing hands. Being able to have a slight volume boost when on would be nice too.
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby Ryan » Mon May 07, 2012 5:05 am

Yeah I agree, Ian, I think the wet/dry mix is best too.. most powerful. That plus a wet level control would max power, like the Cosmi.
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby microwerx » Fri May 25, 2012 9:10 am

So what kind of delay chips are you thinking about utilising for the new delay?
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby Ryan » Fri Jun 01, 2012 6:00 pm

Good question.. I've got a couple ideas to try...

First, I'll try an all analog delay and see what kind of circuit I can get going with the V3205 chips. They're really the only viable analog BBD chip available now.. I've never tried one yet though and I didn't like the V3207 compared to the MN3007...

What I'd like to do even more though is get my hands on a decent resolution digital delay chip that can do very clean and pristine repeats of a reasonable length, at least a second. Then make it so that you can degrade that clean and pure delay and make it sound analog all the way to lo-fi with some kind of quality control knob.

I found a cool tutorial where a guy uses an ATmega32 to make a really simple delay processor.. I'm wondering if I can do something similar with high resolution AD/DA converters and maybe a chip or two of external memory.

Lots to think about with a new delay pedal and my hamster wheel is definitely turning...
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby blanket » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:58 pm

Will it have an expand feature like the Endangered Audio AD4096?
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby yallerhon » Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:04 pm

Since this thread is bumped I would love to see it have an effects loop like you mentioned on page 2. We do want it! The possibilities.. :love:
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby excane » Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:50 pm

blanket wrote:Will it have an expand feature like the Endangered Audio AD4096?


:!!!: THIS.

Oh man, Ryan make this happen!!
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby whalesong » Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:55 pm

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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby sylnau » Sat Jun 16, 2012 3:10 pm

excane wrote:
blanket wrote:Will it have an expand feature like the Endangered Audio AD4096?


:!!!: THIS.

Oh man, Ryan make this happen!!

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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby alexa. » Mon Jun 18, 2012 12:42 pm

I'd LOVE an analog delay with tap tempo :excellent:
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Re: so how's the rainy day delay coming along

Postby Scruffie » Mon Jun 18, 2012 1:51 pm

Ryan wrote:Good question.. I've got a couple ideas to try...

First, I'll try an all analog delay and see what kind of circuit I can get going with the V3205 chips. They're really the only viable analog BBD chip available now.. I've never tried one yet though and I didn't like the V3207 compared to the MN3007...


Try the BL3208 too, there's been some people claiming the 3205 are a bit inconsistent production wise.
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