Nine dual delays with dedicated mix, time and feedback controls for the two independent A and B lines. Delay types include MultiTap, Reverse, Mod, Tape, Ducked and AutoPan. Each effect can operate ... read more
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Nine dual delays with dedicated mix, time and feedback controls for the two independent A and B lines. Delay types include MultiTap, Reverse, Mod, Tape, Ducked and AutoPan. Each effect can operate in stereo or dual mono or straight mono and each can have its own tempo subdivision for creative rhythmic echoes. TimeFactor also includes a Looper with variable speed and loop head/tail editing.
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My favorite Preset Delay
I've gone through quite a few delays. I use different ones for different gigs, but I always love the TimeFactor. I like the sound better than the Strymon one (which I've also had on my board). It does it's own thing. It has tons of features, but it's still incredibly user-friendly.
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Best delay I’ve tried
This is the best delay I own, software or hardware. It sounds fantastic, the interface is quite tweakable, and it has many delay modes. Mind-blowing possibilities. Can also be used as a basic looper. It works just as well on synths as it does on guitars, too.
Nice delays. Quite a few are from the H3000 and such.
This is really a great delay pedal. It sounds great and is easy to program presets or algorithms. I like being able to split the left and right delay signals. Its a great compliment to the Eventide Space pedal. Lots of fun.