Friday, 21 November 2014

1978 Delay

I just got a crazy new FX unit - it's from 1978 making it one of the very first digital units available. Its really neat because it is a combination of strange lo-fi reverb and three delay lines and all the parameters are voltage controllable. So you can switch on and off the delays, select which delay is active and stuff like that. In this video I am controlling it from the Roland 100M. The sequencer is triggering a modified DR55 drum machine which is going into the DRS78, and the last stage of the sequencer is switching between reverb and delay and also switching the delays over. Pretty cool!

1 comment:

  1. Wow.I love delays. Really like the look of this unit and how you've hooked it up.