this is my go-to basic delay.... serviceable digital repeats with a bare bones low pass, step-sequencer-based tempo sync, ping pong and reverse stereo... ya get an input control and input pan as well as the mix knob that the original fruity delay lacked (making it worthless as a send effect). Cute GUI, just wish it was bigger because it makes me squint when i'm tired. Use this when you need a low CPU hit. I tend to set up FL channels as sends with various mono, reverse stereo and ping pongs at different tempos that are minimally in the mix bus but hitting reverb sends and then route various tracks into the delays when I want a pre-delay and slight echo on the ambiance. I might have a whle mess of different delays to verb on some tracks to give subtle space and coolness and automate the amount its sending to each absed on whats goingon in the music so you get a different kind of delay and reverb pre-delay feel all through the track. I'm subtle so you'll listen to my music and not hear it but you would miss it if it was there. What I don't usually us this for is overt delay that hits the mix-bus hard. There's also a stereo offset control that's stepped in micro/miliseconds that you can use in ping pong. I find the stereo offset most useful to set up like a quarter note delay on one side and make the other side feel dotted. If you listen carefully you can get all sorts of swing feels off the offset side just by ear. Another decent meat and potatoes fruity effect. They do their ebst when they don't overdo it.