Eventide have finally landed in the sweet‑smelling meadows of Euroland with the Euro DDL, the beating heart of an Eventide digital delay in Eurorack format. Many thought they wouldn't make it, but here they are. Welcome, welcome.
Euro DDL is a mono delay line with an analogue low‑pass filter packaged in a 16hp module. On the face of it not that exciting, but of course there's more to it. This is Eventide after all. For a start, nearly every parameter has some form of CV control, whether it be a trigger to toggle reverse, kill or infinite modes, or a CV input for control over delay time, feedback, mix, the filter or Multiply (more on that later).
Despite its digital core the rest of the module is all analogue. The input drive circuit and low-pass filter help to warm up the digital core. Normal operation is at 192kHz, 24bit, and the maximum delay time is 10 seconds. By using the Multiply function, you can extend that delay time by up to a factor of 16, giving you a lavish 160 seconds. This is achieved by...
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